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Wynkoop Genealogy 



IN THE 



United States of America. 



ALSO A 



TABLE OF DUTCH GIVEN NAMES. 



BY 



RICHARD WYNKOOP, 



OF 



THE CITY OIF 1 USTIEW YORK, 



SECOND EDITION. 



NEW YORK : 
Press of Wynkoop & Hallenbbce, 121 Fulton Street. 



1878. 



s/ 



Q333. 







Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1878, by 
RICHARD WYNKOOP, 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



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CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Preface, - - - -.- - - - 1 

Index of the Wynkoop Surname, - 3 

Index of Other Surnames, ------ 19 

Table of Dutch Given Names, ----- 25 

Introduction to the Genealogy, - • ■ - - 31 

Wynkoop Genealogy, ------ 33 



J?v.cface. 



I had no purpose to write a book; but from the year 1849 
onward, copying whatever I came upon, in general reading, 
concerning the Wynkoop surname, I found myself, at length, 
seeking such information, and finally in possession of consid- 
erable, but disconnected, material. To give this permanence, 
and to secure missing links, in 1806, I published a pamphlet, 
crude, and, in some instances, self-contradictory, because it 
was not possible to distinguish between conflicting authorities. 
The pamphlet served the purpose I had in view, and enabled 
me to prepare this book. Some of the family blood assisted 
me to meet the expense of the pamphlet, and so many persons 
have contributed the information within their reach, that in- 
dividual acknowledgment here would make a tedious text, 
and this general recognition of aid will probably be acceptable. 

This book, then, is not the foreseen result of a purpose at 
the beginning of the work of which this is the product. The 
labor has given me agreeable employment, perhaps in excessive 
measure as to quantity. And now I dedicate it to all of kin- 
dred blood with me; judging that it will be interesting to 
them, but not to other persons, except as it may aid their own 
genealogical researches. 

Only one effort, and that ineffectual, has been made to trace 
the name to its origin in the old country, although it is mani- 
festly there still. Henry J. Wynkoop, of Eochester, and after 
ward of Bath, Steuben Co., New York, was born of Amster- 
dam parents. 

The labor has proved sufficient, in amount and perplexity 
without any effort to follow up the descendants from female 
members of the family. Therefore, the children only of such 



2 PREFACE. 

persons have been here given. The remoter descendants 
might be included in another edition. 

It has been my aim to observe just relative proportion in 
the accounts of the individual members. Sometimes the 
record is more extended in one case than in another of equal 
importance, because in the former case the material in my 
possession has been more ample. 

Criticism, which aims to correct, to fill out, or to supple- 
ment, is invited. I would be pleased to be the repositary of 
information, as to future events affecting members of the 
family, so that the record may be continued in manuscript, 
for future publication. 

I would like to make a collection of family portraits, and 
have obtained some already • and would be glad to have them 
from as many members of the family as are willing to appear 
in such a collection, and will contribute their card photographs 
for that purpose. 

My resort to copyright is prompted by no thought of profit ) 
but by a desire to keep control of material which has cost me 
some money, and many years of labor. 

RICHARD WYNKOOP. 

[No. 772 hereof.] 

New York, January 1st, 1878. 



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Ho. 


B. D. Consort. Ma 


KRIAGE. 


546 Abby Jane, 


1845 John Bailey. 




606 Abner, 


1834 Mary Ann Wilson. 




42 Abraham, 


1703 ' Esther Fisher. 




152 Abrara, 


1786-1868 Maria Van Steenburgh, 


1838 


197 Abraham, 


1765-1841 Ruth Hayr. 




245 " 


1782-1852 Hannah Norman, 


1807 


248 " 






308 " 


1803 Berden. 




313 " 


1802-1876 Susannah Albright, 


1833 


459 " 


1792-1866 Elizabeth Ellis, 


1821 


190 Adam, 


1800 Marion Childs. 




352 " 






749 Ada Belle, 


1857. 




53 Adrian (Major), 


1726-1795 Catharine Low. 




110 " 


Sarah Randell. 




256 " 


1794 (Unmarried.) 




423 " 






669 " Garrett, 






717 Adelaide, 


1831-1832 




817 Adonis Crary, 


1862 




612 Agnes. 






828 " Farrar, 


1865 




720 Alasco, 


1837-1838 




357 Alburtus. 






456 Alfred, M.D., 


1825 Helen K. Crispin, 


1856 


842 Alfred Halbcrstadt, 


1867 




321 Alice (Aaltje), 


1800 John P. Kemple, 


1831 


326 " " 


1799 Henry Schoonmaker. 




332 " « 


1799 John Haver. 




478 " Preston, 


1818 Cyrus Gates, 


1836 


743 " Almira, 


1856 




747 " Louise, 


1852 Charles Rockwell, 


1874 


237 Alida (Alice), 


1772-1849 Jonathan Eights. 




" (page 126), 


G. Nelson Abeel, 


1836 


351 " Catalina, 


1816 Beal. 




449 " 


1801 James C. Ferris. 




714 " Elizabeth, 


1830 Abram Sible. 




857 " Margaret, 


1860 




346 Allen W. 






457 Almira Ann, 


1831 




467 " 


1803 




362 Alonzo, 


1831 Catharine Miller, 


1862 


466 " Ilus, 


1801-1874 Phebe Heermans, 


1837 


810 Alvah Kingsley, 


1846 Ettie Aldrich, 


1867 


848 Angeline, 


1866 





INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



No. 



24 


Ann 


(Antje), 


33 


it 


(Aimetje), 


75 


it 




92 


a 




93 


it 


("Hannah.") 


125 


a 




135 


a 


Sabina, 


159 


it 




184 


a 




215 


it 




230 


a 




243 


it 




254 


it 




260 


ti . 


Maria. 


282 


it 


E., 


298 


a 




312 


a 




329 


it 




333 


it 


(Annetje), 


363 


a 


M., 


369 


a 




386 


tt 


Maria, 


419 


a. 


a 


440 


u 




470 


a 




492 


ti 


Gosnian, 


506 


it 


Jane, 


507 


it 


Roosa, 


557 


a 




566 


n 


Eliza, 


585 


« 


(Annetje), 


588 


a 




674 


it 


Maria, 


685 


tt 


a 


738 


it 


Elizabeth, 


804 


it 




834 


it 


Blaker, 


268 Anthony R., 


471 


Archimedes B., 


286 Arrietta (Harriet), 


721 


Arthur, 


578 Asa, 




802 


a 




840 


Augusta Howell, 


139 


Augustus, 


262 


it 




495 


a 


Whiting, 


698 


a 


B., 


813 Avery, 


9 


Benj 


amin, 


43 


tt 




123 


ti 




127 


a 




128 


a 




154 


a 




244 


a 




249 


a 




295 


a 





B. D. 

1702 

1698 

1741-1815 

1743-1744 

1744 

1733 

1766 

1732 

1784 

1765-1815 

1775-1849 



Consort. Marriage. 

Johannes Swart, 1724 

Isaac Van Meter. 
Christopher Tappen, 

Christian Meyers. 

Henry H. Schoomnaker, 
Philip Swartwout, 
William Fiero, 
James Raguet, 



1761 



1749 

1802 
1790 



1851 
1770 

1800 
1810 

1833 



1802-1802 
1814 

1810 
1833 
1837 
1839 
1852 
1831 
1817 



1821 
1837 
1842 

1869 

1860 

1809 

1812 

1761- 

1839- 

1838 

1863 

1858 

1777- 

1812- 

1844 

1847- 

1860 

1673 

1705 

1729 

1734- 

1732- 

1791- 

1778- 

1769 

1763 



Peter I. Hotaling. 
Abraham Turck. 

(See "Hannah.") 
Cornelius Van Vranken, 
Isaac Van Cleve. 



1863 



Nathaniel I. Rubinkham, 1838 

Rev. Anson Du Bois, 1862 

J M. McNiel. 

Derick C. Wynkoop (513), 1863 

Lansing Beebe. 



Thomas Ives At wood, 
James H. B. Warrield. 



Ellen D. Jansen. 



1842 



1837 



1826 (Unmarried.) 
1841 



1836 Ann Maria Silvester, 
1862 Anna Whiting, 
Mary L. Tallcott, 

1860 

Femmetje Van der Heul, 

Eunice Burr. 

Catharine Boel, 
1803 Sarah W. Sims, 
1782 Grissel Frost, 
1821 (Unmarried.) 
1789 

Hannah Wynkoop (179), 



1808 
1843 
1873 



1697 

1755 
1767 
1754 



1796 







INDEX OP 


THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 


5 


No. 






B. D. CONSOUT. MAltttlAGE. 


45 1 


Benjamin 


. Norman, 


1808-1857 Rachel W. Monge, 


1837 


70? 


<« 


Joseph, 


1837 Martha E. Osborn, 


1866 


752 


a 


Booth. 


1853 




366 


Betsey, 




1800 Daniel Gray. 




Bradley, 




1841 




604 


Bridget, 




1830 William Henrv Hall. 




187 


Caroline, 




1792-1841 Thomas Waugh. 




354 


a 




E S. Terry. 




422 


a 




1821 John Divine. 




564 


a 


L, 


1859 




635 


a 




1844-1854 




761) 


u 


Maud, 


1853 




791 


a 


Belle, 


1861 




■^63 


a 


Slade. 






8 Catliariuc, 


1671 




15 


a 




1701 




23 


a 


E., 


1699 Johannes Decker, 


1720 


44 


a 




1707 




51 


a 




1722 Lucas Elmendorf, 


1747 


58 


a 




1726-1746 




68 


a 




1747-1797 Matthew Persen. 




74 


a 




1739-1813 Joseph Gasherie, 


1767 


89 


a 




1741 Benjamin Post. 




98 


a 




1757 




129 


a 




1735 Gideon Wellis, 


1754 


133 


t( 




1763 Jonathan Hasbrouck. 




153 


tt 




1788-1862 (Unmarried.) 




164 


a 




1762 




174 


a 




1779-1859 (Unmarried.) 




188 


a 




1794-1818 James Purdy. 




231 


a 








258 


a 








264 


a 


B.. 


1817-1842 JohnM.Keese, 


1837 


287 


a 




1764 (Unmarried.) 




309 


a 




1806 Martin Van Der Ker. 




370 


a 




1790 John Newell, 


1810 


415 


a 




1806-1834 James B. McNair, M.D., 


1824 


494 


tt 








501 


a 




1857-1863 




517 


a 




1786-1796 




525 


it 


Ann, 


1804-1805 




590 


a 




1864 




607 


a 




1836 Elba Hopkins. 




641 


ii 








653 


a 


L., 


1831 Anthony T. Van Sant, 


1854 


697 


a 


R, 


1845-1850 




742 


a 




1852 




756 


a 




1863-1869 




774 


it 


Schureman, 


1834-1841 




780 


a 




1809 




833 


a 




1868 




836 


a 


V.S., 


1864 




839 


a 


L., 


1869 




845 


a 




(Died in infancy.) 






a 


(page 126), 


Zelotes Watson (say), 


1782 


722 C 




1843 Robert E. Bailey. 




734 


u Bradner, 


1834 Augustus G. Hammond, 


1852 


822 


Charity ^ 


lary, 


1862 





INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



NO. 






B. 


D. 


Consort. Marriage. 


368 Charles Augustus, 


1850- 


-1851 






371 


(< 








Sarah A. Buchanan. 




410 


tt 




1811 




Mary Magee, 


1832 


537 


it 








(Died in infancy.) 




677 


it 


Shippen, 


1828-1* Catharine Carniiehael. 




850 


u 


Wanshaer, 


1871 








509 Charlotte, 


1832 








417 


Christopher L., 


1810 




Catharine M. Wyckoft', 


1835 


789 




" Evert. 


1847 








13 Chrisl 


:ina, 


1697 




Johannes De Lamater, 


1723 


73 


tt 




1738-1806 






214 


a 




1763- 


■1841 


Reading Beatty. 


1786 


671 


Clara 


Virginia, 






Rev. James O. Dorsey, 


1877 


692 


it 


A., 


1851 








856 Clarence M., 


1854 








359 


Cora. 








, 




49 Cornelia, 


1717 




Jan Van Deusen, Jr., 


1741 


60 


a 




1730- 


1731 






61 


a 




1732 




Matthew Ten Eyck, 


1752 


71 


it 




1734- 


1759 


Edward Schoonmaker, 


1757 


148 


a 








Peter Eltinge. 




292 


it 








Benjamin Hardenhurgh, 


M.D. 


344 


tt 








Samuel Griffin. 




472 


a 


A., 


1814 




Daniel J. Watkins, 


1840 


530 


it 




1791 




John De Witt. 




783 


tt 


M., 


1818 








788 


.. 


M., 


1826 




Moses Woolsev, 


1848 


2 


Cornelius, 




1676 Maria Jans Langedvck. 




10 


a 




1688-1747 


Hendiika Xewkirk, 


1711 


18 


a 




1689 




Barbara M. Van Keuren. 




34 


a 




1700- 


1754 


Helena Vandegrift, 


1726 


40 


a 




1699- 


■1700 






41 


a 




1701 




Elizabeth Van der Spiegel, 1724 


55 


a 


C., 


1732 




Maria C. Roel, 


1760 


62 


it 


D. (Colonel), 


1734- 


1793 


< Leah Dubois, 
( Ann Gansevoort. 


1762 

1778 


82 


a 




1711 




Ann Schoonmaker, 


1729 


91 


a 




1742 




(Unmarried.) 




105 


it 




1741 








118 


a 












124 


a 




1729 




Abigail Osborne, 


1758 


137 


tt 




1772 




(Unmarried.) 




155 


a 




1731- 


1741 






158 


a 


E., 


1746-1795 Cornelia Manscius, 


1766 


181 


a 




1781 




Alida Sharp. 




194 


a 




1758-1758 






196 


a 




1762- 


1843 Margaret Fulton. 




232 


a 




1756- 


1763 


( Mary Forsey, 


1789 


235 


tt 


J., 


1763 




< Ann De Wandelis, or 
( Wander. 


De 


267 


u 


P., 


1808 




Margaret M. Cruikshank 


, 1846 


273 


a 




1798 




Harriet Sparling. 




294 


it 




1761 








528 


it 


E., 


1787 




Ann Hardenhurgh. 




577 


a 


Persen, 


1832 








770 


a 


D. B., 


1856 








786 


a 


D., 


1830 




Harriet Pook, 


1858 



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S~Z ? rffijLYt&OtsW? 4 



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INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



No. 

866 Cornelius Evert, 

374 Daniel. 

203 David, 

300 " 

381 " . 

399 " 

610 " 

627 " A. 

637 " 

638 " 
649 " 

816 " Eli, 
823 " Samuel, 

85 Deborah, 
167 

713 " L., 

183 Decola, 
341 Delia, 
474 " 
479 " 
746 " A., 

14 Derick (Richard), 

64 " D., 
142 " C, 

156 Dirck (Judge), 



B. D. 
1859 



Consort. 



Marriage. 



278 Derick C, 
a 
" Cornelius, 



289 < 
513 < 
520 < 
360 Desire. 
529 Dinah Maria, 
735 Don Alonzo, 
436 Edward D., 
679 " W.. 

846 " E.,' 

858 " M., 

755 Edwin V., 
862 Edith Shaw, 
797 Egbert H., 
276 Eleanor, 

306 " 



515 " 
583 " 
829 " 
166 Elisha, 

11 Elizabeth, 

48 « 

76 " 

86 Eliza, 

87 " 

136 Elizabeth, 
165 Eliza, 
206 Elizabeth, 



E., 
E. E. 
A., 



j Ann McNair. 

I Mary Van Horn. 
1773 
1788-1864 Emma Morgan, 

Jane McCune. 
1842 Marv J. Fulwider. 



1812 



1844-1844 

1860 
1863 
1741 
1768 
1828 
1789 
1818 
1819 
1821 
1846 
1698 -J) 63 

1738 

1763-1838 

1732-1796 



1775-1775 

1841 

1792-1792 



Lizzie Farley. 



Ferdinand McDuffie, 



Patrick McCormack, 
Henry S. Bridgeman, 
Gertrude Kool, 

( Sarah Eltinge, 

{ Anna Eltinge. 
Elizabeth Sparling. 

< Tjaatje Wynkoop (70), 

( Sarah Smedes, 

$ Celinda Cri spell. 

\ Elizabeth Hotchkiss. 



1845 



1844 

1872 
1725 
1765 



1754 
1760 



Anna R. Wynkoop (507), 1863 



1789-1841 (Unmarried.) 

1836 Annie C. Coulehan, 

1812-1830 

1836 Louisa Brown, 

1862 

1858-1859 

1860 



1851 

1798-1871 

1844-1852 

1835 

1869 

1766 

1690 

1715 

1744-1822 

1743-1744 

1745 

1769 

1764 



Agnes G. Williamson, 
Cornelius Newkirk. 
j Isaac W. Lansing, 
I Benjamin Hess, 



1863 
1861 

1876 

1833 
1849 



John M. Schoonmaker, 1853 



<<?hx 



(Unmarried.) 
Jacob Ten BrS^k, 
Philip Dumon, 
Benjamin De Myer, 



Stephen Rose 



1712 
1739 
1767 



INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



No. 




B. 


D. 


Consort. Marriage. 


207 Elizabeth, 








Lucas. 




233 " 




1758 




Garret A. Lansing, 


1776 


238 " 




1759- 


■1836 


(Unmarried.) 




266 u 


H., 


1821- 


1824 






301 " 




1777 








331 " 




1797 




John P. Sax. 




336 Eliza, 




1816 




William King. 




347 Elizabeth. 












353 " 












367 " 
384 " 


S., 


1844 
1795- 


1815 


Lucius T. Du'nham, 


1866 


387 " 




1787 




Elias Gilkyson, 


1811 


401 Eliza R., 








William Martin. 




405 Elizabeth, 




1798 








414 " 


R., 


1805- 


1862 C 




426 Elizabeth. 












448 " 




1799 




Riley Bartholomew. 




462 " 




1800 




Daniel Gray. 




475 " 




1814- 


1853 


Gardner W. Spencer, 


1838 


490 Eliza,. /&&& 






Rev. Dr. Elbert S. Porter. 




498 Elizabeth, 




1848 








500 " 


E., 


1853 








510 " 


A., 


1833 




^ Staats Cheeseborough. 
1 Henry Fisk. 




526 Eliza, 




1809- 


1809 






551 Elizabeth, 




1840 




Ephraim Cook, 


1861 


573 " 




1845 




Peter Hagle. 




596 Eliza A.. 




1825 




Morris Underwood, 


1849 


599 Elizabeth, 




1820 




S Aaron Harris. 
\ Ebenezer Dixon. 




614 " 












623 « 












631 " 


T., 


1835 




Christopher Thompson, 


1863 


662 




1863 








762 " 


M., 


1857 








796 


Iv 


1866 








805 " 




1855 








835 " 


T-, 


1861 








753 EllaM., 




1856 








819 " 0., 




1855 








647 Ellen K., 




1839 








592 Ely M., 




1814- 


1841 


(Unmarried.) 




364 Emeline, 




1836 




Gould Birdseye, 


1866 


555 " 




1848- 


1852 






658 " E. 


J 


1842 








504 Emily T., 




1849 








675 " 




1824- 


1865 


< Dr. Thomas Kempton, 
\ Col. William Brindle, 


1851 
1854 


838 " S., 




1864 








847 " 




1864 








741 Emma G., 




1850 








776 " 




1838 




James J. Clark, 


1859 


811 " 




1855- 


1855 






815 " 




1849 








821 " A., 




1860 








483 Encie J., 




1829 




Cullen T. Gillett, 


1849 


65 Ephraim, 




1740- 


1740 






241 Esther, 




1771- 


1774 







/fid <iW^K^y^(^^^ 



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INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 







No. 




861 


Eugene, 


130 


Eunice, 


5 


Evert, 


80 


" ( 


83 


it 


90 


tt ' 


178 


a 


291 


" ( 



B. 



I). 



(Capt.), 



C, 



30? 



310 



318 Everett H., 


327 Evert, 




343 


(i 




567 


u 




575 


it 




" (page 125), 
122 Feinrnetje, 
812 Flora, 


702 ] 


Florence 


>P., 


690 Frances 


J., 


699 


tt 


E., 


766 


it 


C, 


793 


n 


T-, 


854 


it 


E. 


263 Francis S., 


432 


a 


M., 


458 


n 




487 


it 


S^ 


673 


a 


M., 


700 


a 


R., 


711 


a 


G., 


732 


a 




792 


tt 


C, 


794 


ct 


E. 


849 


it 


M., 


765 Frederick L, 


103 Garret, 




115 


it 




210 


a 




226 


a 




316 


a 




430 


ti 




539 


u 




(page 125), 
109 Gerardus, 


380 


u 




391 


a 




398 


tt 




413 


it 




609 


u 




619 


tt 




644 
832 


tt 

u 


H. (M.D.; 


6 Gerrit, 





1870-1870 
1739 

1665-1746 

-1757 



Consort. 



Smedley. 



Maiuiiage. 



1688 



1709- 

1732 

1743- 

1784- 



1830 
1855 

1807 



1801-1861 

1796-1872 

1787 
1802 

1833- 
1826 

1726 

1857 

1858- 

1846 



( Gertrude Elmendorf, 
( Antje Kiersted. 

Arriaantje Schepmoes, 1730 

Sarah Decker, 1754 

Aaltje Myer, 1765 
Polly Allen. 

Rachel Hardenberg#y 1786 /</* 
{ Penelope Border. 

I Elizabeth Putnam, 1830 

\ Eunice V. W. Winne, 1822 
\ Jane Barhight (w. Abbey), 1836 

Maria Post, 1821 
(Unmarried.) 



l ^ 




1833 



Alida Russell. 
Mary Newkirk, 



1864 



186/ 



Joseph Paxson. 
Frank A. Halsey, 
Charles T. Redfield, 



1815 Sarah F. Elmendorf, 

1796-1812 

1833 

1830-1877 Rachel Van Vleck, 

1820-1857 Anna Twiggs, 

1853 

1822 Catharine Grassby, 

1849-1874 

1863 



1869 
1864 
1736 
1744- 

1802- 
1810 



1822 Ann Van Horn. 

Sarah Martin. 
1862 

Phebe Arnold. 

Julia A. Mountz, 



Phebe Anderson, 
1812 Elizabeth Bennet. 
1787-1871 

(Died in infancy.) 
1860 Nancy Farrell. 

( Matilda McNair, 

( Isabella Craven, 



1803 
1840 



1843 
1867 



(Died in infancy.) 
Ann E. Woodbury, 

Helena Eltinge. 



1765 



1876 

1872 



1844 



1864 
1850 

1850 



/#/ 



1841 
1760 



1832 

1856 



1866 



10 



INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



No. 






B. D. Consort. Marriage. 


35 Gerrit, 




1702 J^t^^^c^l/^J^oLC- 




201 


a 




Ann Strickland. 




134 


George 


P., 


1765 (Unmarried.) 




275 


a 




1814 \ Eleanor Sala Davis, 
\ Sarah C. Divmond, 


1839 






1847 


345 


a 


P., 


Mary Godwin, 


1867 


397 


a 


s., 


1845 Mary Melo Callum. 




434 


a 


c, 


1806 Mary Walker, 


1831 


511 


a 


c, 


1840 Matilda McGill. 




516 


a 


J., 


1848-1849 




661 


a 


c, 


1859 




678 


a 




1830-1866 Mary Trayer, 


1852 


680 


a 


c, 


1828 




691 


it 


c 7 


1847 




706 


a 


H., 


1834-1876 Emma Schelinger, 


1858 


785 


a 




1824-1867 (Unmarried.) 




851 


a 








864 


u 


R. 






274 


Gerritji 


B A., 


1801 




251 Gershom, 


1831 Martha McFarlin. 




79 


Gertrude, 


1752-1837 




144 


it 




1781-1788 




146 


a 


M.. 


1788 (Died in infancy.) 




147 


a 




( David Golden, 


1790 






( Alexander Col den. 




803 C 




1865 




21 


Grietje 


(Margaret;, 


1695 




253 


Grissel. 


i 


Hurd. 




461 


a 




1796 




480 


a 


A., 


1823 




716 


it 




* 




744 


Guy, 




1841-1864 (Unmarried.) 




93 


Hannah, 


1744 Christian Meyers. 




179 


a 




1778 Benjamin Wynkoop (249), 


1796 


-2 2f09 
3 X33 


a 




William Lemon. 




a 




1801 Henry Wynkoop (320), 


1835 


482 


tt 


J., 


1827-1853 Ebenezer Pierce, 


1846 


538 


a 




William Carson, Jr. 




563 


a 


M., 


1849 




622 


a 








709 


u 


M., 


1840 Paul H. Garabedian, 


1871 


269 Hardenburgh, 


1811-1844 Sarah M. Krom, 


1835 


280 


Harvey H., 


1846 




213 Harriet G., 


1786-1812 (Unmarried.) 




464 


it 




1797 




519 


it 




1790-1791 




521 


a 




1793-1875 Oliver Dunning, 


1816 


534 


U 




1852 Henry Wells, 


1850 


651 


a 


B., 


1852 




729 


a 


L, 


1841 Charles S. Farrar, 


1865 


737 


a 


C, 


1841 Henry J. Hall, 


1866 


841 


a 




1860 




444 


Helen. 








684 


" i 


c, 


1835 




701 


a 


k. 






703 

718 


a 
a 


w. 


1841 

-. qoo S Samuel H. Leidy. 





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INDEX 


K[o. 




730 Helen M., 


106 Helena, 


112 « 




119 " 




304 " 




37 Henry 
66 " 


> 


113 " 


(Judge), 


116 " 




171 




223 J* 




257 " 


V. S., 


297 Henry (Henrikus), 
302 " 


320 " 


(Judge), 


328 " 


H., 


403 " 


T., 


409 " 




433 " 




441 " 




497 " 


S., 


545 " 




582 " 




605 " 


c, 


621 " 


w., 


650 " 




704 " 


ST., 


724 " 


L., 


758 " 


M., 


138 Henrietta, 


224 " 




265 " 




502 " 




572 




145 Herman G., 


212 Hester C, 


29 Hezekiah, 


84 " 




94 " 




169 " 




330 " 




337 " 


A., 


579 " 




581 




536 Horace M., 


860 Hubert S., 


340 Ida Carolyn, 
799 " 


544 Ira Augustus, 
195 Isaac, 


199 " 




376 " 




382 " 





OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



11 



Consort. Makkiaoe. 

William W. Everett, 1873 



B. D. 

1843 

1743-1761 

1734 Rev. Jonathan Du Bois. 

(See "Lena.") 
1794-1843 Jacob W. Lansing, 
1707 (Unmarried.) 

1741-1746 

( Susannah Wanshaer, 
1737-1816 < Maria Cummings, 

( Sarah Newkirk, 
1747-1771 (Unmarried.) 
1769 Ann Loew, 

(**^*-Hogeland. 

} Henrietta Fetter Shelmire. 
1796 

1767 (Died in infancy.) 

1778 

17 oq_ 1w / i / ( Nelly Myndertse, 1813 

1/oy Vjr I Hannah Wynkoop (333), 1835 
1806 (Unmarried.) 

Beulah Clark. 
1809 Lydia Cornell, 1833 

J Elizabeth Estill, 1827 

( Catharine A. Snell. 



1814 



1761 
1777 

1782 

1789 



//// 



1804 



Anna J. Story, 
Margaret Harpool. 
Mary C. Wilson, 
Emily Nippes, 



1846 

1840 

1830 

1832 

1837 

1847 

1848 

1850 

1847 

1775 1862 Henry Van Solingen. 

1796-1842 

1819 

1860 

1843 Barent Ten Eyck. 

1785-1854 

1784-1812 Richard Barroll. 

1715-1745 Maria Davenport, 

1738 

1750 Maria Meyers. 

1766-1856 Elizabeth Dederick. 

Julia Ann Turck. 
1810 Hannah Low. 

1816 (Died in infancy.) 

1823 Leiza Huyck. 

Olive L. Williams, 
1866 

1815 Giles Griffin. 

1856-1859 
1837-1854 

1759-1825 Rachel Van Cleve. 
/Phebe Jones. 

1791-1871 Ann Winder, 



1854 

1862 

1870 



1864 



1741 



1860 



1815 



12 INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



No. 



E - D - Consort. Makuiage. 

559 Isaac A., 1857 

576 " 1829 I Hannah Hommel. 

cqq „ T " ( Kate Champlaine. 

T£ t L n W -' 1816 Mai T A. Ren^ick, 1843 

443 Isabella, Rev.Vinthrop Bailey. 

™ *' 18cl7 Samuel Cole, 

2S ^ 1834 Jonas W.Cole, 

2?J T., 1840 Charles Beck, 

i°l H ' 1851 

108 Jacob, 1750 

55 " « 1807 Ellen Carhart, 1828 

^J M R -' 1800-1843 Blandina Delamater, 1822 

^2 To , 18 36 Maggie Bradt, I860 

19 Jacobus 1691 Jannetje Bogardus. 

121 (Captain), 1725-1795 Alida Koens Myers. 

A™ u tt c Jaue Aosterhout. 

gg ' V -Sv 1767 Sarah Price, 



1855 
1866 
1865 



1788 



296 « 1765 

111 t " /a/??? 6 125 ' ) ' Lientje Schoomnaker, (say) 1794 

Ml T 8 (MD °' Hester Peterson, 1777 

^ 1769-1821 Catalina Dunbar, 1791 

fjt T 1800 Mary Wood, 1826 

**? J-; 1791-1843 (Unmarried.) 

ol4 " D., 1843 

571 » H., 1841 

^ g-> 1823 Susan Vandervoort, 1854 

600 W., 1822 Amanda Golener. 

JJ? ££•> 1868 (Unmarried.) 

6 ^4 " H., 1842-1864 

^ T., 1829 Rachel Cornell, 1853 

oo3 " S., 

782 « H., 1816 

806 « 1856 

32 Jamesma, 1696 George Buskirk. 

o9 Jane, 1728-1740 

,?' " 1744 Cornelius Jansen, 1778 

140 " i77 6 

^0 || Philip McConald. 

270 " C, 1817 (Unmarried.) 
3/2 " 
613 " 

6 ^ 8 T " . 1828 (Died in infancy.) 

32 Jemima, 1696 George Buskirk. 
427 Jephthah, 

524 Jefferson (Rev.), 1801 Jane Shavr, 1824 

586 Jenny, 1858 
852 " D. 

299 Jeremiah, 1772 
489 Joanna G. 
375 Joel. 

4 Johannes (Major), 1730 J Judith Bloodgood. 

v ' ; ' I Cornelia Ten Broeck, 1696 

16 " (Sheriff), 1702-1791 Maria Bogardus, 1728 

26 " Everts, 1707 Catharina Schut, 1730 

45 " 1712 

50 " 1719 

63 " 1736-1783 Margaret Jansen. 



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1JNDEX OE THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



L3 



No. 

(59 Johannes, 
101 " 
131 John C, 
149 " 
161 " 
163 " 
193 " * 
200 " 
219 
225 
250 
311 
335 
349 
361 
385 
392 
400 
429 
431 
447, 
a 46/ 
508 
522 
532 
541 
558 
570 
591 
601 
611 
617 
636 



f/*A<~) 



it 
tt 

a 
tt 
a 
it 
it 
a 
u 
a 
a 
it 
a 
n 



w., 



s., 

L. 
H 



W., 

H. M., 

J., 

Q. (M.D.), 

H, 

E., 

I., 



676 

695 
727 
764 
768 
773 
779 
843 
220 
486 
240 
455 
705 
750 
859 
587 
731 
168 
377 
547 
560 
568 
47 
373 



" B, 
" C, 

" K, 

" E., 

" F., 

John G., 

tt y 

" Q-, 

it a 

" E., 
Jonathan, 



Joseph, 



G., 



P., 



Joe F., 

Joseph S., 

Josephine, 
(< 

Joshua, 



Judith, 
Julia. 



B. D. CONSOKT. 

1729-1794 Ten Broeek. 

1729-1784 Catharine Van Meter, 
1761-1796 Lydia Silvester. 
1779-1799 (Unmarried.) 
1755 (Died in infancy.) 

1759-1813 Harriet Bartlett, 
1804-1866 Elizabeth Spann, 
1766-1813 Ann Feaster. 
1774-1793 (Unmarried.) 
1800-1837 

1813 Esther Griffin. 
1798-1868 Mary Roach. 
1814 Ann Perkins. 



Makhiauk. 



1751 



1800-1800 
1860 



1804 

1794- 

1796- 

1798 

1830 

1796- 

1826- 

1855 

1839 

1813 

1823 



1847-1848 
1826 



-1837 
1843 



-1821 

•1866 



Elizabeth Corbett. 
Jane Mosgrove, 
Margaret Piper. 
Angeline C. Estill, 

Sarali Thorp. 
Caroline M. Du Bois, 
(Unmarried.) 
Lydia Yates. 
Rosalie Jaubert, 

Eliza Shurman. 
Caroline O. Kingsley. 
Mary A. Pierce. 



( Harriet Halberstadt, 
\ Annie " 

(Died in infancy.) 



1869-1869 
1861-1865 
1851 
1831-1834 

•/8?8 Edith Reeve, 
1869 
1776-1842 



1768-1814 

1811-1842 

1851 

1864 

1864-1865 

1846 
1770 

1834-1856 
1830-1863 
1835 
1712 



Ann Dick, 
Mary J. Hawley, 

Matilda C. Baird, 



Margaret Arnold. 

Elizabeth Allen, 

Amelia Brady. 
Johannes Du Bois, 



1791 
1829 



1827 
1819 

1850 

1856 



1855 
1864 



1862 

1809 
1856 

1834 



1856 



1736 



14 INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 

No. B. D. Consort. Marriage. 

465 Julia A., 1799-1855 William Seaward, 1827 

481 " M., 1825 William E. Gray, 1848 

527 " A., 1811 Lockwood K. Campbell, 1834 

626 " A., 

670 " A., Decius D. Carter, M.D. 

771 " A., 1826 William C. Brewster, 1848 

778 " A., Eussell Smith. 

853 Juliette G., 

52 Leah, 1724-1726 

54 " 1727 

97 " 1755 Peter Britt. 

143 " 1766 Abram T. E. De Witt, M.D. 

176 " 1777 Roswell Lawrence. 

185 " 1786-1847 Abram Post. 

271 " 1819 John T. C. De Witt. 

277 " De Witt, Henry H. Buckbee. 

i A o t „^„„a ionn ( Lucretia T. Conklin, 1830 

463Legrand, 1809 J Maria Darker, ' 1854 

712 " D., 1824 Zelia Cornell. 

119 Lena, Titus. 

562 Leonard, 1843 

535 Lewis, 1843 

725 Lillie May, 1858 

826 Lillie Annie Corinne, 1864-1865 

762 Lizzie Miller, 1857 

Lorinda (page 126), John C. Hertell, 1820 

646 Louisa Ann. 1836 James B. Jamison, 1860 

693 " P., 1852 

17 Lydia, 1714 

78 " 1748 

488 " S., 1857 Samuel M. Lasell. 

767 " S., 1865-1865 

825 Madeline May, 1860 

561 Magdalene, * 1840 Erastus C. Brown, 1863 

21 Margaret, 1695 

216 " 1768 Herman J. Lombaert, 1789 

222 " 1792 George M. Woodward. 

229 " 

290 " (" Miss Peggy,") 1778-1862 (Unmarried.) 

293 " 1759 Jabotus Sammons. 

418 " F., 1812 Absalom P. Cook. /#36 

425 " Nathan Hendricks. 

'491 " W., 1827-1861 Rev. Anson Du Bois, 1858 

540 " P., 1824-1859 

549 " 1837 John Van Olinda, 1856 

624 " 

640 " Norman Bliss. 

760 " G., 1852 

3 Maria. Moses Du Puy. 

12 " 1693 Thomas Beekman, 1715 

22 " 1697 
28 " 1712 

31 " 1694 Abraham Vandegrift. 

46 " 1714 

57 " 1734 

72 " 1736-1762 

132 " 1762 

162 " 1757 Gerrit Becker, • 1780 



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INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



15 



NO. 



173 Maria 




218 


tt 


H., 


285 


it 




305 


a 




319 


a 




383 


tt 


w> 


404 


a 


.T., 


554 


a 




584 


a 


C. T., 


784 


a 




114 


Mary, 




211 


tt 




228 


tt 




261 


U 


J., 


279 


u 


C, 


378 


tt 




394 


a 


A., 


411 


tt 


A., 


421 


a 


F., 


428 


u 


s . 


493 


tt 


Jv (J* 


496 


a 


J., {(/ 


499 


it 


B., 


512 


a 


B., 


533 


a 




598 


ti 


A., 


615 


tt 


A., 


630 


a 


A., 


642 


ti 




648 


a 




659 


t< 


A., 


666 


it 




668 


a 


E., 


686 


a 


P-, 


688 


a 


A., 


726 


it 


D, 


728 


a 


C, 


739 


a 


I., 


761 


a 


M. £ 


814 


u 


867 


a 


E., 


348 Mariett, 


844 


May, 




407 


Martha, 


689 


u 


w., 


150 Martin, 


281 


Matilda, 


625 


u 




660 


ti 


E., 


837 


u 


S., 


202 Matthew, ' 


396 


a 


B., 


618 


a 


a 


629 


t 




393 Miles 


) 


339 Merchant T., 


603 Mercy, 



^faslU^J 



B. D. 
1776 

1772-1809 
1757-1758 
1790 

1787-1863 
1793-1800 

1845 
1843 
1821 
1737-1789 

1778-1807 

1810 
1844 

1805 
1815 
1818-1834 



1845 
1850 
1840 

1850 

1818-1855 

1831 

1841 
1844 



1838-1841 

1842 
1860 
1839 
1844 
1855 
1862 
1869 



CONSOUT. MAHHIAGK. 

Christian Wirtz, 1793 

Alfred Berden. 
(Unmarried.) 



Samuel Potts. 
Leonard Litchfield, 
John H. Cammer, 

George Hogeland. 
Isaac Cannell, 

Henry H. Reynolds, 
Henry E. Malin, 
R. Lanning. 
Joseph O'Hara, 
Daniel Fowler, 

George Randell. 
Eldredge Simpson, M.D. 

Frederick A. Booth, 
Joseph Middagh. 
George Wells, 
Jared King. 
(Died in infancy.) 
Capt. John C. McNutt, 



1864 

1867 



1807 



1834 

1869 



1825 
1837 



1874 
1846 

1856 



r <6fJL 



£/^UeLf^~ 



1867 Charles M. Young, 



1863 



1858 
1802 
1844 
1781- 

1848 



1870 
1854 



Nathan H. Seymour, 
Jonathan Paxson, 
1821 (Unmarried.) 



1825 

1875 



1857 
1862-1864 



Thomasine Stockholm. 

( Elizabeth Work. 

\ Mary Van Lear. 
Susie V. Hanlin, 
Elizabeth W. Wright, 



1830 

1829 

1802 

1813-1855 (Unmarried.) 

1828-1858 Reason Wood. 



1854 
1856 



16 



INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SUE NAME. 



No. 

580 Myndert, 
733 Myra K., 
754 " D., 

102 Nelly, 
182 " 
334 " 
798 " 

7 Nicholas, 

20 

3'; « 

107 " 

217 " (M.D.), 

682 " 

469 Nile Frost, 

468 Ninolia T., 

338 Orlando L., 

719 Orpah, 

830 Orin Booth, 

607 PameliaW. 

831 Percy G., 
1 Peter, 

56 

77 
100 
141 
151 
157 
191 
252 
255 
284 

314 

324 
355 
477 

484 
503 
550 

565 " 
759' " S., 
122 Phebe, 
126 " 
389 " 
740 " D., 
38 Philip, 
117 " 
748 " H., 
781 Rachel H., 
787 " M., 
104 Rebecca, 

198 " 

597 " W., 

608 " J., 
633 " I., 
523 Richard (Rev.), 



(Petrus), 



P.. 



(Capt.) 

S. (Rev.) 



s., 

P., 



B. D. 

1818 

1856 

1858 

1733 

1784 

1806 

1853 

1668 

1693 

1705-1759 

1746-1760 

1770-1815 

1831-1862 

1807 

1805-1869 

1812-1819 

1835-1835 

1872 



CONSOKT. 



Marriaok. 



Mary E. W. Schoomnaker, 1851 



John Kiersted. 

Egbert P. Schooiimaker. 



Ann Kuypers, 

( Francenia Murray, 
( Sarah Campbell, 
Almira Herman. 
Sarah A. Heermaus, 
Christina Moore, 



1732 
1793 

1840 
1833 



1875 

1616 

1734 Janneke Hardenburgh. 

1744-1818 Mary Van Alstyne. 

1760-1828 Helena Bear, 

1779-1848 Anna Roosa. 

1783 (Unmarried.) 

1739-1746 

1803 (Died in infancy.) 



1784 



/^>-1848 Margaret Gosman. 
1755-1835 Margaret Quackenbos, 
1804 J Magdalene Long, 

\ Jane Long, 

Elizabeth Longedyck. 



1792 

1816-1843 

1818 

1847 

1838 

1829 

1849 

1726 

1729 

1791 

1846 

1709-1771 

1756-1814 

1854 

1812 

1822 

1739 

1768 

1828-1859 
1838 
1840 
1798-1842 



(Unmarried.) 
Elizabeth Miller, 



Elizabeth TerrelL 

(See Femmetje.) 
John Vining. 
Samuel Gilkyson. 
Edgar S. Colten, 
M. Conover. 
Caty Van Horn. 



(Unmarried.) 
( Homeland. 



1785 
1828 
1839 



1846 



1870 



\ George Fetter. 
(Unmarried.) 
John A. Brown. 
Jesse G. Geist, 
Catharine Schureman, 



1865 
1825 



M 



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INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



17 



No. 

772 Richard, 

790 " 



453 

485 
505 
696 
827 
655 
665 



" G., 
For other Richards, sec ' 
Robert D., 

" . G., 

a p 

" D., 

" B, 

Samuel T., 

" W. 



88 Sarah, 

170 " 
175 " 

208 " 

234 " 



242 
247 
272 
288 
303 
317 
323 
365 
390 
437 
450 
451 
518 
552 
553 
569 
602 
664 
683 
736 
777 
800 
809 
745 
808 
543 
379 
408 
645 
763 



F., 



J., 



u 


R., 




It 


E., 




CI 


L., 




it 


F., 




a 






(i 






Sayer, 






Silas, 






Simon V., 
StephemCc 




#<_ 


it 


R. 


(Rev.), 


It 


R., 


> 


u 


M. 


> 



388 

205 
395 
420 
442 
657 
824 
221 
416 



Strickland, 
Susan, 



" B., 

" A., 

Susannah 



B. D. Consort. 

1 q q 5 Anna E. Maginnis, 

i04y \ Lydia B. Strang, 

1856 
Derick." 

1811-1869 Almira A. Rollins. 

Carrie C. Wood. 
1851 

1843 Isabella Van Winkle, 

1863 
1837 Eliza C. Snyder, 



Marriage. 

1854 
1863 



1867 
1861 



1747 5 William Larreway (La 

} Roe), 1772 

1768-1832 Paul Van Steenberg, 1799 

1775 Merchant Lawrence, 1794 

Jones. 

Isaac Fonda, 1779 

Asa Douglas, 1801 



1760 

1773-1777 

1789-1790 

179^-1871 

1773-1817 

1791 

1812 

1812 

1838-1846 

1795 

1813 

1804-1805 

1806 

1788-1842 

1842-184^ 

1844 

1837 

1826 

1833-1859 
1838-1862 

1859 

1844 

1844 

1841-1843 

1830-1832 



Andrew P. Roosa. 
Timothy T. Smith. 
Daniel Haines. 
Aaron Springsted. 
(Unmarried.) 

Edward C. Corbett, 
Charles W. Elliott, 

Samuel S. Wood. 
Joseph Packard, 
3 

William Gordon. 
Logan De Witt. 
William Shellmire, 
George Heebner, 
Edward Ford, 
Charles H. Sherill. 

Sherwood Hicks. 
Arabella Clark, 



1806-1876 Aurelia Mills, 

1835-1843 

1859 

•j-,gg K Martha Egbert. 

\ Eliza Sandy, 
Rev. David Wiley. 

1808 Amos Meneley, 

1816-1822 

Rev. Halsey Van Doren. 

1836 E. E. Smith, M.D., 

1866 

1784 -/&f John LefFerts. 

1808-1832 



1813 
1840 



1809 



1863 

1858 
1859 



1875 
183/ 

1833 

1827 

186/ # 



6 



18 



INDEX OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 



No. 

25 Teola or Teold, 
70 Tjaatje (Charitv), 

81 

325 Tjerck (Derrick ?) 

643 Theodore S. (Rev.). 

807 " 

412 Thomas L., 



M., 
H., 



594 

656 " 

708 " 

27 Tobias, 

30 " 

39 " 

99 " 

177 " 

186 " 
189 " 
322 " 
342 " 
350 " A., 
589 " 
358 Valentine. 
775 Virginia, 
818 Verna E., 
855 Warren D. 
820 Watson E. 
95 William, 



96 
172 
192 
204 
227 
283 
356 
402 
424 
446 
452 
473 
476 
542 
556 
574 
620 
639 
654 
672 
694 
715 
723 
757 
795 
801 



(Major), 



T., 



D. 
T.. 



N, 



H., 
H., 

C, 
T., 

M.. 



246 Wooddrop S., 
710 
25 Yeola or Teola. 



B. D. 

1705 

1731-1757 

1710 

1794 

1839 

1858 

1802 

1820 

1>41-1862 

1838-1864 

1710-1716 

1717-1785 

1713 

1758-1827 

1780 

1789-1793 

1797 

1802-1820 

1819 

1812-1850 



1836 
1868 
1852 
1857 
1751- 
1753 
1773 
1803 
1778- 
1804- 
1854 



Consort. 



Marriagk. 



Dirck Wynkoop (156), 1754 

Petrus Tappen, 1736 

( Margaret Hendricks. 
( Eliza Ten Brook (w. Marqnct) 



Elizabeth Torbert, 
Betsey R. Kingsley, 

(Unmarried.) 

Leah Legg, 



1827 

1849 



Jane Schermerhorn, 
( Maria Snydam. 
I Elizabeth Van Steeubnrgh 

Eleanor Welsh. 

Ella McKeene. 

(Unmarried.) 

Theodore F. Hay, 



1741 
1781 



1872 



1794- 
1809- 
1817- 
1815- 
1828 
1849 
1823 



1752 

Charity Schermerhorn, 
Maria Trombour, 
(Died in infancy.) 

1833 Mary Laugstroth, 

1852 



Mary Sinouse. 

Elizabeth Van Metre 
-1796 

-1852 Maud Roosa. 
-1870 Sarah J. Booth, 
-1816 

Mary Coan, 

Susan Snyder. 
(Died in infancy.) 
Jane M. Somers. 
Rachel A. Blaker, 
(Died in infancy.) 



1796 
1801 



1835 

1855 

1845 
1865 

1786-1814 *-#— y^^M^ 

1858 

1705 (See Teola.) 



1850 
1853 

1859 



(Died in infancy.) 



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Under No. 




Under No. 


Abbey, Wesley, 


310 


Bogardus, Rev. Everardus, 


5& 16 


Albright, Susannah, 


313 


" Maria, 


16 


Aldrich, Ettie, 


810 


lt Jannetje, 


19 


Allen, Polly, 


178 


Booth, Mary, 


472 


" Mary, 


435 


" Sarah Jane, 


473 


u Elizabeth, 


547 


" Frederick A., 


499 


Aosterhout, Jane, 


160 


Booz, Mary, 


382 


Arnold. Margaret, 


168 


Border, Penelope, 


307 


Phebe, 


316 


Bradt, Maggie, 


548 


Atwood, Thomas Ives, 


674 


Brady, Amelia, 


568 


Bailey, Winthrop Bev., 


443 


Brewster, William C. 


771 


" John, 


546 


Brice, Cornelia, 


330 


Robert E., 


722 


Bridgeman, Henry Sayre, 


746 


Baird, Matilda C, 


455 


Brindle, William, Col., 


675 


Baker, Janet, 


61 


Britt, Peter, 


97 


" Isaac, 


205 


" Margaret, 


176 


Chloe, 


594 


Brocklebank, John, 


187 


Barhight, Jane (w. Abbey), 


310 


Broecks, Catharina, 


237 


Barker, 


254 


Brooks, Hester, 


518 


Barroll, Richard, 


212 


Brown, Carrie, 


395 


Bartholomew, Riley, 


448 


" Erastus C, 


561 


Bartlett, Harriet, 


163 


" John A., 


608 


Beal, 


351 


Matilda, 


655 


Bear, Margaret, 


97 


" Louisa, 


679 


" Philip, 


97 


" Catharine, 


730 


" Helena (or Magdalene), 


100 


Buchanan, Sarah A., 


371 


Beatty, Reading, 


214 


Buckbee, Stephen V. R., 


272 


Beck, Charles, 


687 


" Henry H., 


277 


Becker, Garret, 


162 


Bullock, Charles W., 


527 


Beebe, Lansing, 


566 


Burr, Eunice, 


43 


Beekman, Thomas, 


12 


Buskirk, George, 


32 


Belcher, Elizabeth M., 


772 


Caatsbaan Church, 


5 


Belden, Fanny, 


518 


Callum, Mary Melo, 


397 


Bennet, Elizabeth, 


109 


Cammer, John H., 


584 


Berden, Alfred, 


305 


Campbell, Sarah, 


217 


« 


308 


" Lockwood K., 


527 


Birdseye, Gould, 


364 


Cannell, Isaac, 


211 


Blaker, Rachel A., 


654 


Carhart, Ellen, 


315 


Bliss, Norman, 


640 


Carmichael, Catharine, 


677 


Bloodgood, Judith, 


4 


Carson, William Jr., 


538 


Blossom, Eliza, 


185 


Carter, Decius Decimus, M. D., 670 


Boel, Catharine, 


123 


Cevasdale, Ann, 


654 



20 



INDEX OF OTHER SURNAMES. 



?4o 



Champlaine, Kate, 
Clieeseborougli, Staats, 
Childs, Marion, 

Catherine R, 
Clark, James J., 
" Arabella, 
Coan, Mary, 
Colden, David, 

Alexander, 
Cole. Gertrude, 

" Samuel, 

" Jonas White, 
Colten, Edgar S., 
Condi t, Elizabeth. 
Conklin, Lucretia T., 
Conover, Mary (or Margaret) 
Cook, Ephraim, 

" Absalom P. , 
Corbett, Edward C, 
Elizabeth, ' 

Cornell, Lydia, 
" Rachel, 
" Zelia, 
Coulehan, Annie C , 
Craven, Isabella, 
Crispell, Blandina, 

" Celinda, 
Crispen, Helen K., 
Cruik shank, Margaret M., 
Cummings, Maria, 
Darker, Maria, 
Davenport, Maria, 
Davis, Eleanor S., 
Decker, Johannes, 

" Sarah, 
Dederick, William, 
" W. H., 

Elizabeth, 
De Lamater, Johannes, 
Blandina, 
De Myer, Benjamin, 
Denham, Lucius T. , 
De Wandelis (or De Wander), 

Ann, 
De Witt, Gerrit, 
Andries, 
" AbramT. E., 
John T. C, 
Catharine, 
John, 
Logan, 
Dick, Ann, 
Divine, John, 
Dixon, Ebenezer, 
Dolan, Catharine, 
Donaldson, Helen, 



Under No. 
576 



510 
190 
644 
776 
745 
542 
147 
147 
14 
632 
681 
53T 
775 
463 
38 J 
551 I 
418 
390 
392 
395 
409 
652 
712 
735 
413 
375 
278' 
456 ! 
267 
113 
463 
29 
275 
23 
83 
97 
90 & 156 
169 
13 
531 
76 
367 

235 

61 

143 

143 

271 

284 

530 

602 

220 

422 

599 

453 

217 



Under No. 

Doolittle, Mary G., 495 

Dorsey, James Owen, Rev., 671 

Douglas, Asa, 3 34 

Douw, Margaret, ""gg 

Du Bois, Johannes, 47 

Leah, 62 

Jonathan, Rev., 112 
Louis, (Note) 491 
Anson, Rev., 491 & 492 

" Caroline M., 508 

Dumon, Philip, 48 

Dumond, Cornelius, k<± 

Sarah C, 2 75 

Dunbar, Catalina, 236 

Dunning Oliver, 521 

Du Puy, Moses, 3 

Durrie, Sarah, • 595 

Duryea. Rev. Dr. Joseph T 205 

Edick, Harriet L., 597 

Edington, Philip, ^4 

Egbert, Martha, 38 g 

Egberts, Christina, 113 

Eights, Jonathan, 2S7 

Elliott, Charles W., 437 

Ellis, Elizabeth, 459 

Ellison, Elizabeth, 147 

Elmendorf, Gertrude, 5 

;; Lucas, 51 

Sarah, 6 1 

Sarah F. , 263 

El tinge, Helena, 6 

" Jan, 6 

" Alvah, 6 4 

" ^ah, 64 

" Saran, G4 

Anna, 04 

Edmund, i4 8 

Peter, * 148 

" Elizabeth, 788 

S S0 P,? S ' (Note) 2 

EstUI, Angeline C, 431 

Elizabeth, 433 

Everett, Win. Waite, 7*9 £# 

Farley, Lizzie, 39 S <>3f 

Farrar, Charles S., 638 7*9 

Farrell, Nancy, 728 39 f 

Farwell, Lucy, 473 

Feaster, Ann* 200 

Fellows, Mary, 4^(3 & 469 

-berns, James C, 449 

Fetter, George, iqq 

Henrietta (w. Slielmire), 223 

Fiero, Katy, 97 

" William, 184 

Fisher, Esther, 42 

" John, 42 

" Thomas, 43 



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INDEX OF OTHER SURNAMES. 



21 





Under No. 




Under No. 


Fisk, Henry, 


510 


Hay, Theodore F. , 


775 


Fokker, Gerrit, 


6 


Hayr, Ruth, 


197 


Folland Ann, 


329 


Heebner, George, 


683 


Fonda, Isaac, 


234 


Heermance, Dr., 


47 


" Alida, 


304 


Heermans, Phebe, 


466 


Ford, Edward, 


736 


" Sarah Ann, 


469 


Forsey, Mary, 


235 


Henderson, James C, 


184 


Forsyth, Rachel, 


113 


Hendricks, Margaret, 


325 


Fowler, Daniel, 


411 


" Nathan, 


425 


Frost, Grissel, 


128 


Hendrickson, Hannah, 


527 


" Jabez, 


128 


Herman, Almira, 


682 


Fallerton, 


468 


Hess, Benjamin, 


306 


Fulton, Isaac, 


97 


Hicks, Sherwood, 


809 


" Margaret, 


196 


Hill.Theo. W.. 


387 


Fulwider, Mary Jane, 


610 


Hilton, Catharine V., 


518 


Gamble, Martha, 


217 


Hoffman, Tjaatje, 


16 


Gansevoort, Anna, 


62 


Hogeland, George, 


114 


Garabedian, Paul H., 


709 


" J/***a^ 


198 


Gasherie, Joseph, 


74 


« ^t£^^!c^ 


223 


Gates, Cyrus, 


478 


Hommel, Leah, 


170 


Geist, Jesse G., 


633 


Hommel, Hannah, 


576 


Gilkyson, Elias, 


387 


Hopkins, Elba, 


607 


" Samuel, 


389 


Hornbeck, H. C., 


143 


Gillett, Cullen T. , 


483 


Hotaling, Peter I., 


312 


Godwin, Mary, 


345 


Hotchkiss, Elizabeth, 


278 


Golener, Amanda, 


600 


Houson, Margaret, 


218 


Gordon, Mary, 


433 


Houston, Harriet, 


473 


" William, 


569 


Hunter, Catharine, 


(Note) 491 


Gosman, Margaret, 


255 


Hurd. 


253 


Grassby, Catharine, 


711 


Hurley, 


(Note) 2 


Gray, Daniel, 


462 


' • homestead , 


275 


" William R.. 


481 


Hussey, Ann, 


82 


Griffin, Esther, * 


250 


Huyck, Leiza, 


581 


" Giles, 


340 


Ives, Roxana, 


674 


" Samuel, 


344 


Jamison, James B., 


646 


Hagle, Peter, 


573 


Jans (Langedyck), Mai 


ytje, 2 


Haines, Daniel, 


303 


" Anneke, 


5& 16 


Halberstadt, Harriet, 


676 


« Roelof, 


5& 16 


" Annie, 


676 


Jansen, Margaret, 


63 


Hall, William H. 


604 


" Johannes, 


63 


" Henry J., 


737 


" Cornelius, 


67 


Halsey, Frank A., 


699 


Ellen D., 


268 


Hammond, Augustus G., 


734 


Jaubert, Rosalie, 


541 


Hanlin, Susie V., 


618 


Johnson, Edward, 


212 


Hardenburgh, Jane, 


56 


Jones, Phebe, 


199 


Rachel, 


291 


H 


208 


" Benjamin, 


292 


" Theodore, 


395 


Ann, 


528 


Kearney, William, 


208 


Harpool, Margaret, 


605 


Keese, John M., 


264 


Harris, Aaron, 


599 


Kemple (or Kimble), John P., 321 


Hart, Smith, 


462 


Kempton, Thomas, Dv 


675 


Hasbrouck, Abram B., 


133 


Kiersted, Ann, 


5 


" Jonathan, 


133 


" John, 


182 


" Maria, 


487 


King, William, 


336 


Haver, John, 


332 


" Jared, 


598 


Hawarth, Martha F., 


435 


Kingsley, Caroline O., 


591 


Hawley, Mary J., 


486 


Betsey R., 


594 



22 



INDEX OF OTHER SURNAMES. 



£. 





Under No. 




Under No. 


Kingston, 


(Notes) 2 


Maud, Margery, 


42 


Kip, Tryntje Hendricks, 


9 


Mead, Rachel, 


527 


Krom, Sarah M., 


269 


Meneley, Amos, 


395 


Kuypers, Ann, 


36 


Meyer, Jacob, 


170 


Langedyck, Maria Jans, 


2 


Meyers, Christian, 


93 


Langstroth, Mary, 


204 


" Maria, 


94 


Lanning, R. , (/&j(Ji 


378 


Middagh, Joseph, 


512 


Lansing, Garret A., 


233 


Miller, Catharine, 


362 


Jacob W., 


304 


" Elizabeth, 


484 


" Isaac W., 


306 


Mills, Aurelia, 


408 


Larkin, Eliza, 


772 


Monge, Rachel W., 


454 


La Roe (or Larreway), William, 88 


Moore, Christiana, 


468 


Lasell, Samuel Mills, 


488 


Morgan, Emma, 


381 


Lawrence, Aletta, 


12 


Mosgrove, Jane, 


400 


'•' Merchant, 


175 


Mountz, Julia A., 


430 


" Roswell, 


176 


Mulford, Albert G., 


527 


Elizabeth, 


602 


Murray, Francenia, 


217 


Lefferts, Leffert, 


112 


" Gen. Francis, 


217 


A " Arthur, 


221 


Myer, Aaltje, 


90 


Legg, Leah, 


30 


Myers, Alida^A^wy 


121 


Leidy, Samuel H., 


718 


Myers, 


176 


Lemon, William, 


209 


Myndertse, Nelly, 


320 


Lesle, Margaret, 


220 


Newell, John, 


370 


Lewis, Huldah, 


728 


Newkirk, Arriaantje, 


47 


Litchfield, Leonard, 


554 


" £Uyi+ULC<U*~0 


113 


Loew, Catharine, 


53 


Hendrica, 


10 


<! Ann, 


171 


Sarah, 


113 


Long, Magdalene, 


314 


Cornelius, 


276 


'■ Jane, 


314 


Nippes, Emily, 


650 


Longedyck, Elizabeth, 


324 


Norman, Hannah, 


245 


Low, Hannah, 


337 


O'Harra, Joseph, 


394 


Lucas, 


207 


Osborn, Martha E., 


707 


McConald, Philip, 


180 


Osburne, Abigail, • 


124 


McCormack, Patrick, 


479 


Overbaugh, Jane, 


582 


McCune, Jane, 


399 


Packard, Joseph, 


518 


McDuffie, Ferdinand, 


713 


Parr, Catharine, 


42 


McFarlin, Martha, 


251 


Elizabeth, 


42 


McGill, Matilda, 


511 


Paucha, Francis, 


437 


McKeene, Ella, 


342 


Pawling, Col. Albert, 


61 


McNair, Ann, 


203 


Paxson, Jonathan, 


689 


Matilda, 


413 


" Joseph, 


690 


" Charles, 


414 


Payne, Rev. John, 


212 


James, M.D., 


415 


Peck, Benjamin, 


97 


McNeil, J. M.T 


506 


" Margaret, 


176 


McNutt, John C, Capt., 


630 


Perkins, Ann, 


335 


Magee, Mary, 


410 


Perrine, Gertrude, 


275 


Maginnis, Anna E., 


772 


Persen, Maria, 


24 


" Edward, 


772 


Matthew, 


68 


Malin, Henry E., 


279 


Peterson, Hester, 


111 


Manscius, Cornelia, 


158 


Pierce, Ebenezer, 


482 


Marbletown, 


(Note) 2 


" Mary Ann, 


601 


Marquet (widow), 


325 


Pierson, John W., 


435 


Martin, Sarah, 


210 


Piper, Margaret, 


429 


" William, 


401 


Pook, Harriet, 


786 


Martindale, Charles, 


370 


Porter, Elbert S.,i).Z)., 


490 


Matthysen (Van Keuren), Bar- 


Post, Abram, 


185 


bara, 


18 


" Benjamin, 


89 



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INDEX OF OTHER SURNAMES. 



23 



Post, Maria, 
Potter, Frances B., 
Potts, Samuel, 
Price, Sarah, 
Purdy, James, 
Putnam, Elizabeth, 
Quackenbos/Margaret, 
Radford, Samuel C, 
Raguet, James, 
" Conde, 
Ramsey, William, 
Randell, Joseph, 
" Sarah, 
" George, 
Rawson, Eunice, 
Redfield, Charles T., 
Reeve, Edith, 
Ren wick, Mary Ann, 
Reynolds, Henry H., 
Rider, Olivia, 
Roach, Mary, 
Robb, Elizabeth, 
. Robinson, Alexander, 
r Rockwell, Charles, 
Roel, Maria C, 
Roeloffe, Sarah, 
Rollins, Almira A., 
Roosa, Eyke, 
" Anna, 
" Andrew P., 
cl Maud, 
Rose, Stephen, 
Rubinkham, Nathaniel I., 
Russell, Alida, 
Sammons. Jabotus, 
Sandy, Eliza, 
Sax, John P., 
Sayre, Angelia, 
ScheVfinger, Emma, 
Schepmoes, Arriaantje, 

" Dierryk, 

Schermerhorn, Charity (w.), 

" Jane, 

Schoonmaker, Johannes, 
" Edward, 

" Henry, 

" Ann, 

Henry H., 
" Adelaide, 

" Henry, 

Egbert P., 
Mary E. W., 
John M., 
Schureman, Catharine, 
Schut, Catharina, 
Scribner, Abigail, 
Seaton, William, 



Under No. 

318 

776 
404 
239 

188 
307 
284 
435 
215 
215 
97 
208 
110 
428 
518 
706 
779 
593 
261 
187 
311 
251 
602 
747 
55 



453 
5 
141 
272 
452 
206 
419 
575 
293 
388 
331 
746 
706 
80 
80 
96 
99 
47 
71 
71 
82 
135 
185 
326 
334 
580 
583 
523 
26 
482 
126 



Under No. 

Seaward, William, 465 

Sevesen, 89 

Seymour, Nathan H., 407 

Sharp, Alida, 181 

Sharpe, Gen. Geo. H., 133 

Shaw, Jane Scott, 524 

Shear, Jacob H., 518 
Shelmire, Henrietta (b. Fetter), 223 

William, 664 

Sherrill, Chas. H., 777 

Shipman, Agnes G., 527 

Shurman, Eliza, 570 

Sible, Abram, 714 

Simpson, Eldr/dge, M.D., 493 

Sims, Sarah W„ . 127 

" Joseph, 127 

Silvester, Lydia, 131 

Ann Maria, 139 

Slack, Amelia J. , 370 

Slecht, Jakomyntje, 6 

Smedes, Sarah, 156 

Petrus, 156 

Smedley, 130 

" James, 130 

Smith, Timothy Treadwell, 288 

Hannah, 527 

E.E., M.D., 657 

Russell, 778 

Smouse, Mary, 402 

Snell, Cath. A., 433 

Snyder, Susan, 574 

"'< Eliza Conly, 655 

Somers, Jane Mary, 639 

Spann, Elizabeth, 193 

Sparling, " 142 

Harriet, 273 

Spencer, Gardner W., 475 

Springsted, Aaron, 317 

Stevens, Margaret, 652 

Stockholm, Thomasine, 202 

Storey, Alexander, 143 

Story, Anna Jane, 582 

Strang, Eliza C, 771 

" Lydia B., 772 

" Joseph W., 772 

Strickland, Ann, 201 

Suydam, Maria, 177 

Swart, Evert W., 24 

Swart, Johannes, 24 

Swartwout, Philip, 159 

Sy brant, Wyntje, 16 

Taggart, David, 112 

Tallcott, Mary L., 495 

Tappen, Christopher, 75 

Petrus, 81 

Ten Broeck, Cornelia, 4 

Jacob, 11 



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24 



INDEX OF OTHER SURNAMES. 



Under 
Ten Brook, Eliza (w. Marquet), 
Ten Eyck, Matthew, 
Rachel, 
Barent, 
Terrell, Elizabeth, 
Terry, E. S., 
Thompson, Emily, 

Christopher, 
Thorn, Leonard M., 
Thorp, Sarah, 
Tillver, Eliza F., 
Titus, 

Torbert, Elizabeth, 
Towers, 

Townsend, Mary, 
Trayer, Mary, 
Tripp, Mary, 
Trombour, Maria, 
Turck, Abraham, 
" Julia Ann, 
Twiggs, Anna, 
Underwood, Morris, 
Valentine, William H., 
Van Alstyne, Mary, 

" Arsdale, Adriana, 

" Buren, Christina C, 

" Cleve, Rachel, 

" " Isaac, 

" Degrift, Abraham, 
Helena, 

" Der Heul, Femmetje, 

" Der Ker, Martin, 

" Der Meulen, 

" Derpoel, Cornelia, 

" Der Spiegel, Elizabeth, 

" Dervoort, Susan, 

" Deusen, Jan, Jr., 

" Doren, Halsey, Rev., 

" Horn, Ann, 

" Catharine, 
" Mary, 

" Keuren, Barbara M., 

" Lear, Mary, 

" Meter, Isaac, 

" Catharine, 

" Metre, Elizabeth, 

" Olinda, John, 

" Ornam, John, 

" Sant, Anthony T., 

" Sickler, 

" Solingen, Henry, 

" Steenberg, Paul, 

" Steenburgh, Maria, 

Elizabeth, 



No. 




TJnder No. 


325 1 


Van Uxen, 


215 


61 


" Vleck, Rachel, 


487 


113 


" Vliet, Gertrude, 


47 


572 


" Voorst, Margaret A. 


518 


565 


" Vranken, Cornelius, 


363 


354 


" Wie, Agnes, 


310 


267 


" Winkle, Isabella, 


696 


631 


Veeder, Gerrit, 


61 


215 


Vining, John, 


126 


460 


Walker, Mary, 


434 


370 


" Jane, 


455 


119 


Phebe, 


593 


412 


Wanshaer, Susannah, 


113 


215 


John, 


113 


483 


Warfield, James H. B., 


685 


678 


Watkins, Daniel J., 


472 


518 


Watson, James C, D.D. 


438 


172 


Waugh, Thomas, 


187 


329 


Webber, Annetje, 


5&16 


330 


Welles, J. Gordon, 


518 


673 


Wellis, Gideon, 


129 


596 


Wells, George, 


533 


527 


" Henry, 


176 


77 


" Henry, 


534 


221 


Welsh, Eleanor, 


189 


4 


Whiting, Anna, 


262 


195 


Wilcox, Chauncey, 


253 


369 


Wildwyk, 


(Note) 2 


31 


Wiley, David, Rev., 


205 


34 


Williams, Abigail C., 


527 


9 


Olive L., 


536 


309 


Williamson, Eleanor, 


523 


408 


Agnes G., 


797 


572 


Wilson, Mary A., 


606^ 


41 


Winder, Ann, 


382 v 


595 


Winne, Eunice V. W., 


310 


49 


Wirtz, Christian, 


218 


442 


Wood, Mary, 


406 


115 


Samuel S., 


451 


117 


" Reason, 


603 


203 


Caroline C, 


485 


18 


Woodbury, Annie E., 


644 


396 


Woodward, George M., 


222 


33 


Woolsey, Moses, 


788 


101 


Wooten, Emily A., 


187 


424 


Work, Elizabeth, 


396 


549 


Worthington, Thomas, 


370 


718 


" Fanny, 


518 


653 


Wray, 


390 


120 


Wright, Elizabeth W., 


629 


138 


Wyckoff, Catherine M., 


417 


170 


Yates, Lydia, 


'532 


152 


Yerkes, 


72/ # 


177 


Young, Charles M., 



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WITH ENGLISH EQUIVALENTS* 



Aag, Agatha. 

Aaghje, " 

Aagje, " 

Aagt, 

Aal. Alice, Adelina. 

Aalje, " 

Aaltje, " 

A art, Arthur. 

Abia, Abijah. 

Adelbert, Ethelbert. 

Adelheid, Alice, Adelaide. 

AdeUteyd, " Adeline. 

Adolf, Adolphus. 

Adriaan, Adrian. 

Adrianus, " 

Adriaantje. Adriana. 

Aefje, Eve. 

Agnita, Agnes. 

Agniet, " 

Agmetje, " 

Alva, Alvah, Alvan. 

Albanus, " " 

Alberick, Aubrey. 

Aleid, Alice, Adaline. 

Aletta, " Adela. 

Alewijn, Alvin, Alvvin, 

Alida, Alice, Adela. 

Alyd, " Adelia. 

Ami, Amy. 

Andreas, Andrew 

Andries, 

Anneken, Ann, Anna. 

Annetje, " " 

Annigje, " " 

Ant, 

Antje, " " 



Anton, Antony, Anthony. 

Antoni, 

Antonie, " " 

Arent, Arnold [Aaron?] 

Arnaud, " 

Arnout, " 

Arnulfus, " 

Arriaantje, Harriet, Arrietta. 

Ary, Adrian. 

Badeloch, Beatrice, Beatrix. 

Badje, Barbara. 

Barber, " 

Barend, Barnard, Bernard. 

Barent, 

Bartholomeus, Bartholomew. 

Battel, 

Bartelt, 

Bas, Sebastian. 

Bastaan, " 

B a. it i a an, " 

Bathseba, Bathsheba. 

Bel, Isabella. 

Belle, 

Bely, 

Belitje, " 

Bert, Albert, Gilbert, Lambert. 

Bertus, " 

Betje, Elizabeth, Betty. 

Blanca, Blanche 

Blandina. 

Boudew/n, Baldwin 

Boudeicyn, " 

Boutje, " 

Bram, Abraham (Dim.) 

Bregje, Bridget (Dim.) 

Brigitta, u 



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* This table has been carefully prepared from a comparison of an Amsterdam Diction- 
ary ol 1754, \s ith a Leiden Dictionary of recent date. Some changes are here introduced, 
which it is trusted will be found corrections. The names in italics appear only in the an- 
cient dictionary. Those in small capitals are supplied by the Compiler, as Knickerbocker 
Dutch. Je, j< n, ke, and ken are diminutives, and are applied to women or to boys. 



26 



TABLE OF DUTCH GIVEN NAMES. 



Carolus, Charles. 

Casper, Jasper. 

Caspar us, " 

Catharina, Catharine. 

Catrijn, " 

Charitas, Charity. 

Charitea, " 

Christoffel, Christopher 

Christy ntje, Christiana. 

Coenraad, Conrad. 

Coba, Jamesina. 

Constantia, Constance. 

Constantija, Constantine 

Pa, Alice, Adelaide. 

Daatje, Alice, " 

Paaf, David (Dim.) 

Daam, Adam. 

Daan, Daniel. 

Denys, Denis, Dennis, Dionysiu^. 

Derk, Richard (Dim.) 

Derick, " 

Derrick, " 

Dierryk, " 

Diederik, Theodore. 

Diena, Dinah. 

Dientje, " 

Diewertje, Deborah . 

Dionys, Denis, Dennis, Dionysius. 

Dionesius, " " " 

Dirck, Richard. 

Dirrick, " 

Dirk, 

Dirkje, Dorothy [Richardina ? ] 

Dolf, AdOl pirns (Dim.) 

" Rodolphus, Ralph. 
Doortje, Dorothy, Theodora. 
Doris, Theodore. 
Dries, Andrew (Dim.) 
Ead, Ada [also Edith.] 
Eef, Eve. 
Eefje, " 
Egidius, Giles. 
Elisa, Elisha. 
Elizabet, Elizabeth. 
Elize, Eliza. 
Elsje, Alice, Adelaide. 
Emmetje, Emma. 
Engeltje, Angelina, Angelica. 
Epje, Egbert. 
Ernst, Ernest. 
Esopus, iEsop. 
Everard, Everard. 
Everardus, " 
Everhardus, " 
Evert, Everard. 
Ezechias, Hezekiah. 
Faas, Gervas. 
Femmetje [Phoebe ?J 



Filip, Philip. 

Filips, ' ' 

Flip, 

Fletje, Sophia. 

Floor, Flora. 

Floortje, " 

Floris, Florence. 

Francina, Frances. 

Francisca, " 

Franciska, " 

Francijntje, " 

Francyntje, " 

Fransje, " 

Frank, Francis. 

Frans, " 

Fraasois, " 

Freek, Frederic. 

Freerik, " 

Frits, " 

Frederika, Frederica. 

Fritsje, " 

Gajus, Gaius. 

Geert, Gerard, Gerald, Garret. 

Gerardus, " " " 

Gerrit, 

Geertje, Gertrude. 

Geertrui. " 

Geertruid, " 

Geertruyd, u 

Georg, George. 

Gerritje, Geraldine. 

Giel, Michael. 

Giertje, Gertrude. 

Gijs, Gilbert. 

Gijsbertus, Gilbert. 

Gilbertus, " 

Gilies, Giles. 

Gilles, " 

Chilis, 

Godaard, Goddard. 

Godevaart,Godfrey, Geoffrey, Jeffrey 

Godfried, " " " 

Godewijn, Godwin. 

Gozewijn, " 

Gozewinus, " 

Godlief, Theophilus. 

Govert, Godfrey, Geoffrey, Jeffrey. 

Gracia, Grace. 

Griet, Margaret. 

Grietje, " 

Guido, Guy. 

Gustaaf, Gustavus. 

Gysbert, Gilbert. 

Gyselbert, " 

Hanna, Hannah [or Anna.] 

Hansje, " 

Hanna, Joan. 

Hansje, " 






X 



TABLE OF BUTCH GIVEN NAMES. 



27 



Htinnes, Jack, John. 

Hans, " " 

Ilarmen, Herman. 

Hein, Henry, Harry. 

Heintje, Henrietta, Harriet. 

Helena, Helena, Ellen. 

Hendrik, Henry. 

Hendrikus, *" 

Henri, 

Hendrika, Henrietta [Harriet.] 

Hendrikje, u " 

Henriette, " " 

Henrik, Henry. 

Henoch, Enoch. 

Hester, Hester, Esther. 

Heyltje, Hail [Helena?] 

Heyn, Henry. 

Hieronimus, Jerome. 

Hillegond, Hnldah. 

Hiskea, Hezekiah. 

Hilletje, Maria. 

Holda, Hu'dah. 

Huib, Hubert. 

Hugo, Hugh. 

Huig, " 

Humfridus, Humphrey. 

Humfried, " 

Humfry, " 

Huybert, Hubert. 

Huygen, Hugh. 

Isakk, Isaac. 

Isak, u 

Izaak, " 

izak. 

Isabella, Isabella, Isabel. 

Izabella. •' ll 

Jaan, Joan, Jane, Jeanne. 

Jaantje, " " ' l 

Jaap, Jacob, James. 

Jacob, " " 

Jacobus, " " 

Jakob, « 

Jakobus, " " 

Japik, " 

Jacoba, Jamesina, Jaqueline. 

Jaapje, Joan, Jane, Jeanne. 

Janna, " " u 

Jamie, " " " 

Jannetje, " " " 

Jafineken, " " " 

Jans, " 

Jansje, " " " 

Jakomina," u " 

Jakomyntje, Joan, Jane, Jeanne. 

Jan, John. 

Janus, Adrian. 

Jefta, Jephthah. 

Jesia, Josiah. 



Jezia, Josiah. 
Jeronimus, Jerome. 

Jilles, Giles. 

Joannes, John. 

Jochem, Joachim. 

Johannes, John. 

Jonas, Jonas, Jonah. 

Joost, Justus. 

J oris, George. 

Jozef, Joseph. 

Jozefina, Josephine. 

Josina, Justina. 

Josyntje, " 

Jozua, Joshua. 

Juda, Judah. 

Juliaan, Julian. 

Jurge, George. 

Jurian, " 

Ka, Catharine, Kate. 

Kaa, 

Kaatje, '* " 

Karel, Charles. 

Kareltje, Caroline. 

Karolina, " 

Kas, Jasper (Dim.) 

Kasper, " 

Katryne, Catharine. 

Katryntje, " 

Kee, Cornelia. 

Keetj e, " 

Kees, Cornelius. 

Kersten, Christian. 

Klaar, Clara, Clare. 

Klaartje, " " 

Klara, 

Klaas, Nicholas. 

Klaasje, Clarissa, Clara. 

Klasyne, " " 

Klazina, " 

Klement, Clement. 

Ko, James, Jacob. 

Kobus, " 

Koba, Jamesina, Jaqueline, 

Koen, Conrad. 

Koenraad, Conrad. 

Koos, James, Jacob. 

Koosje, Jamesina, Jaqueline, 

Kornelis, Cornelius. 

Kornelia, Cornelia. 

Kors, Christian. 

Krelis, Cornelius. 

Krisje, Christiana. 

Kristaan, Christian. 

Lambrecltt, Lambert 

Lammert, 

Laurens, Lawrence. 

Laurentius, " 

Lea, Leah. 



28 



TABLE OF DUTCH GIVEN NAMES. 



Leen, Leonard. 

Leendert, " 

Leenerd, " 

Leentje, Eleanor, Helena, Ellen. 

Leonora, " " " 

Leonoor, " " " 

Let, Alice, Letitia. 

Letje, " 

Lientje, Eleanor, Helena, Ellen. 

Lieven, Leo. 

Lieice, " 

Lijda, Lydia. 

Lijs, Elizabeth. 

Lijsje, " 

Lodewijk, Lewis, 

Lodewyk, " 

Lotje, Charlotte, Caroline. 

Lou, Lawrence. 

Louris, " 

Lourens, " 

Louw, " 

Lucas, Luke. 

Lucia, Lucia, or Lucy. 

Ludovicus, Lewis. 

Luik, Luke. 

Lukas, " 

Luytje, Lucia, or Lucy. 

Lys, Elizabeth. 

Lysbet, 

Lysje, 

Maaike, Maria, Mary. 

Alaartje, " " 

Maarten, Martin. 

Machiel, Michael. 

Machteld, Matilda. 

Magteld, " 

Magtelt, " 

Maleschi, Malachi. 

Manasse, Mannasseh 

Manuel, Emanuel. 

Manus, Herman. 

Marcus, Mark. 

Markus, " 

Margaretha, Margaret. 

Margreet, " 

Margriet, '* 

Margrietje, " 

Marijtje, Maria, Mary. 

Mariktn, " "■ 

Marritje " " 

Marytje, " " 

Marten, Martin. 

Martijn, " 

Martyntje, Martina 

Mathilda, Matilda. 

Matje, " 

Mattheiis, Matthew. 

Matthys, Matthias. 



Matthijs, Matthias. 

M aunts, Maurice. 

Mella, Amelia. 

Meewes, Bartholomew. 

Micha, Micah. 

Michael, Michael. 

Michel, 

Michiel, ' 

Mie, Maria, Mary. 

Mietje, " 

Mijntje, Wilhelmina. 

Mina, 

Mordechai, Mordecai. 

Mozes, Moses. 

Myndekt. 

Xa, Anna (Dim.) 

Naatje, Anna. 

Nathanael, Nathaniel. 

Xeeltje, Cornelia. 

Xehemia. Xehemiah. 

Nel, Cornelia. 

Xicolaas, Xicholas. 

Xus, Dionysius. 

Xiko, Xicholas. 

Xikolaas. " 

Nildaas, " 

Xiesje, A<rnes. 

Noach, X T oah. 

Obadja,Obadiah. 

Olivier, Oliver. 

Ot, Otho. 

Otto, " 

Paulus, Paul. 

Pauwel, 

Paulyntje, Pauline, Paulina. 

Petrus, Peter. 

Phemektje, Phebe. 

Phihppus, Philip. 

Phine, Josephine, Josepha. 

Phineas, Phineas, Phinehas. 

Piet, Peter. 

Pieter, " 

Pietje, Petronella. 

Pieternelle, Petronella. 

Pieterje, " 

Pineas, Phineas, Phinehas. 

Pouw, Paul. 

Pouwtje, Pauline, Paula. 

Randolph, Randal [Randolph?] 

Randolphus, " 

Rebekka, Rebecca. 

Reimond, Raymond. 

Rein, Reynold, Reginald. 

Reiudert, " " 

Reinier, " " 

Reinout, " 

Rem. 

Rica, Frederica. 



r 



TABLE OF DUTCH GIVEN NAMES. 



29 



Ricardo, Richard. 

Rijk, Richard. 

Rijkaard, " 

Rip, 

Robbert, Robert. 

Roel, Ralph, Rodolph. 

Roeland, Rowland, Orlando. 

Roelof, Ralph, Rodolph. 

Rogier, Roger, Hodge. 

Rolf, Ralph, Rodolph. 

Roosje, Rose. 

Rosamunda, Rosamond. 

Rosina, Rose. 

Rozemond, Rosamond. 

Ruben, Reuben. 

Rudolf, Rodolph, Ralph. 

Rudolph, " 

Rut, Roger, Hodge. 

Rutger, " 

Ryk, Richard. 

Rykaard, " 

Saam, Samuel. 

Saar, Sarah. 

Saartje, " 

Salomo, Solomon. 

Salomon, " 

Sander, Alexander. 

Sannetje, Susan. 

Sara, Sarah. 

Sanas, Andrew. 

Sem, Shem. 

Servaas, Gervas, Gervase. 

Sibilla, Sibylla, Sibyl. 

Siewert, Sebert. 

Silvester, Sylvester. 

Sijmen, Simeon, Simon. 

Simson, Samson, Sampson. 

Sofie, Sophia, Sophy. 

Staats, Eustace. 

Stans, Constance. 

Statius, Eustace. 

Stephanus, Stephen. 

Steven, " 

Stijntje, Christina, Christiana. 

Stoffell, Christopher. 

Styntje, Christina. 

Susanna, Susannah, Susan. 

Suze, " " 

Symen, Simon, Simeon. 



lanneken, Ann. 

Teeuwis, Matthew. 

Teewes, " 

Teun, Anthony. 

Teunis, " 

Teuntje, Antonia. 

Thibout, Theobold. 

Tlbout, 

Tiebout, '< 

Tientje, Albertina, Alberta. 

Tijmen, Timothy. 

Tijs, Matthias. 

Tjaatje, Charity. 

Tjerck (Prob. corrup. of Derrick.) 

Tomas, Thomas. 

Toon, Anthony. 

Toontje, Antonia. 

Treesje, Theresa. 

Trui, Gertrude. 

Truitje, " 

Trijn, Catharine. 

Tryn, " 

Tryntje, " 

Truytje, Gertrude. 

Tymen, Timothy. 

Tys, Matthias. 

Ulrich, Ulric. 

Ulricus, " 

Ulrik, 

Urias, Uriah. 

Urseltje, Ursula. 

Valentijn, Valentine. 

Valentyn, " 

Velt, Guy [Valentine ?] 

Velten, Valentine. 

Wilhelm, William. 

Wilhelmus, " 

Willem, 

Willemtje, Wilhelmina. 

Willemijntje, " 

Willemyntje, " 

Wim, William. 

Wolter, Walter. 

Wouter, '* 

Wynand, Winant. 

Yda, Ida. 

Tdtje, " 

Zanneke, Susannah, Susan. 



New York, May 16, 1878. 

Twelve years ago I prepared and published the 
"Wynkoop Family," a pamphlet of 29 pages and 304 
names, and the same was distributed gratuitously, the ex- 
pense having been borne by myself and four associates. 
In addition to giving some permanence to such information 
as I had obtained up to that time, I had in view the 
securing of material for a fuller Genealogy. 

The latter purpose has been accomplished, and I now 
offer, to all of kindred blood, the "Wymoop Genealogy 
in the United States of America" : an octavo book of 126 
pages, cloth, of which 94 constitute the Genealogy, and the 
remainder consist of the Index, and of a table of Dutch 
Given Names with English Equivalents, carefully prepared, 
and more full than any which I have seen elsewhere. Eight 
hundred and sixty-seven names are included, appropriately 
arranged and numbered, beside descendants bearing other 
surnames, appropriately placed, but not numbered. 

To cover the expjense of publication only, the book is 
offered for sale a i $3i00 p er copy ; and a copy will be mailed 
to any given address on receipt of the money. 

RICHARD WYNKOOP, 

( Custom House.) 




RICHARD WYNKOOP. 



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The first trace of the name which has been discovered in 
t lie United States of America, is in 1639, when Peter Wynkoop 
appears in certain court proceedings. It is assumed that he 
was the founder of the family in this country, and the father 
of Cornelius, who settled in Esopus, Ulster County ; for Peter 
was a settler at Albany, and Cornelius went thence to Esopus, 
and a comparison of dates leads to the conclusion that they 
bore the relation of father and son. 

Tradition says that Cornelius C. Wynkoop, a young bach- 
elor, came to this country, from Utrecht, in the United Dutch 
Netherlands, and settled at Vest Oranje (Fort Orange), which 
is now included within the city of Albany, that he erected 
there certain waterworks, which were destroyed by a freshet? 
and that he removed thence to Hurley, Ulster County. 1 

The name appears to be a contraction of Wynkooper, 
which, in the Dutch language, signifies wine merchant. 2 

A curious and suggestive engraving, upon copper-plate, 
came into the possession of the Compiler, from his grandfather, 
Peter Wynkoop, of which a lithograph is here given. It ap- 
pears to be designed as a coat of arms, yet the crest is the 
only part which savors of heraldry. Two distinct prints, 
identical in substance, but differing circumstantially, have 
been preserved in as many branches of the family ; one with 
female supporters to the shield, and the name of either Cor- 
nelius C. Wynkoop or Augustus Wynkoop associated with it ; 
the other having the name of Peter Wynkoop. 

1 Family Bible of Judge Henry Wynkoop, No. 113. 

2 In modern Dutch the spelling would be Wijnkooper. Will cm 
Sewell, in his Dictionary, 1754, says that the word Wynkoop was used in 
the sense of "Something 1 to drink upon the bargain; or, the gain of a 
wager to be spent in drink." 



32 INTRODUCTION TO THE GENEALOGY. 

Our motto, Virtutem Rilaritate Colere — To adorn excellence 
with joyousness — has been preserved upon a piece of silver 
ware in the possession of Mrs. Leonard Mortimer Thome, a 
descendant of Mrs. James K^guet, No. a 215." Thence it has 
been produced in the lithograph ; taking the place of the 
name " Peter Wynkoop," which was in the copper-plate when it 
cameinto the hands of the Compiler. 

The family name is borne by a bay in the southerly coast 
of Java, near the westerly end of the island. This must 
be a memento of some navigator, or merchant, or landed 
proprietor, 



WYXKOOP GENEALOGY. 



jFtrst (generation- 

I. Peter. — Born 1016. This appears from his statement, in a 
declaration made by him, March 9, 1610/ that he was 
then twenty-four years old. 

His name is first mentioned in certain court proceed- 
ings, February 10, 1639, Fiscaal against Peter Wynkoop, 
for smuggling : the liquors were confiscated and the de- 
fendant was fined twelve guilders. 5 This was a bad be- 
ginning : but the after record of him indicates a sub- 
stantial and trusted citizen. 

In the following year he made a declaration as to the 
ownership of hay. which was in the possession of Barent 
Dircksen. 1 

Two years later he is mentioned as Commissary Super- 
intendent of Wares and Merchandise for the Patroon Tan 
Rensselaer, and as a settler at Rensselaerwvck, now 
Albany. 5 

In 1614 he was commissioned by the Patroon to pur- 
chase laud about Catskill. from the natives, and. in 
connection with the Commissary -General. Arendt Van 
Curler, to recover land and other property, which was 
alleged to have been purchased and misappropriated 
by Adriaan Vander Douck. a former agent. v&~- <*t 

In the same year Peter Wynkoop was supercargo of the 
vessel "The Arms of Eensselaerwyck." and arrived with 
her at Manhattan, now Xew York, she having been dis- 
patched the previous autumn by the Patroon to his colony. 
Kieft. the Governor, demanded from him shoes for the sol- 
diers, who were then fighting the Indians of the neighbor- 

1 Eegister of Provincial Secretary. Vol. 1, p. 194. 

; Council Minutes. Vol. 4. p. 32. 

3 Annals of Albany, Munsell. Vol. 1, p. 22. Hist. N. Neth.. O'Callaghan, 
Vol. 1, p. 440. 

* Hist. X. Neth., Vol. 1. p. 339. 

5 



34 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

hood of Hempstead, Long Island. Wynkoop refused to 
supply them. Kieft seized the shoes and ordered the vessel 
to be searched, and finding powder and guns, which were 
not manifested, he declared them contraband, and seized 
both cargo and vessel. Wynkoop protested. He also sued 
the Fiscaal at Fort Amsterdam. The vessel and cargo 
were released, however, and the case was referred for 
settlement to the Directors in Holland. She soon after 
sailed. 1 

March 10, 1644. Court proceedings. Adriaen Willem- 
sen against Peter Wynkoop, on complaint that the de- 
fendant had stated that the plaintiff gave information 
that there were prohibited goods on board ; defendant 
says it was the boatswain, who is ordered to appear, 
and Wynkoop is discharged. March 17, 1644, Adriaen 
Willemsen against Andrew, the boatswain, for having re- 
ported that plaintiff had informed against Rensselaer's 
ship, for having contraband goods on board ; defendant 
says Lubbert Jan sen told him so. Lubbert Jan sen de- 
clares that what he reported about the ship is untrue; 
that he knows nothing of the plaintiff but what is hon- 
orable and virtuous ; is sorry for what he said, and begs 
plaintiff's pardon. Lubbert Jansen to pay costs. 2 

March 18, 1644. Protest. Peter Wynkoop, Super- 
cargo of the ship "The Arms of Ren sselaerwyck," against 
fl ^^ Fiscaal Vander Huyghens, for discharging that vessel. 
March 22, 1644. Answer of Fiscaal Vander Huyghens to 
the above. March 23, 1644. Receipt : Peter Wynkoop, 
for 18 kegs of gunpowder from the Fiscaal. October 
27, 1644. Court proceedings. Fiscaal against Peter 
Wynkoop, Supercargo of the ship " The Arms of Rensse- 
laerwyck," smuggling, on petition of Arendt Van Curler. 
Case referred to the Directors of the West India Company 
in Amsterdam, as the vessel is old and leaky. 3 

May 31, 1646. Court proceedings. Hillegond Joris 
against Peter Wynkoop, on an order to show cause why 
defendant had arrested plaintiff's husband in the col- 
ony Rensselaer wyck. Defendant says for debt ; and that 
the case having originated in Rensselaerwyck, must be 
determined there. 4 



1 Hist, of N. York, Brodkead, p. 390 ; Hist. N. N., Vol. 1, p. 339 ; Annals 
of Albany, Vol. 1, pp. 196-9 ; Vol. 4, p. 56. 

2 Council Minutes, Vol 4, pp. 185, 186. 

' Register of Provincial Secretary, Vol. 2, p. 102 ; Annals of Albany, Vol. 
pp. 56, 59 ; Council Minutes, Vol. 4, p. 206. 

4 Council Minutes, Vol. 4, p. 255. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 35 

June 8, 164t3. Court proceedings. Peter Wynkoop 
against Adriaen Yander Donck. Action on a note 
signed by Anthony de Hooges. De Hooges promising 
payment, judgment is given against him. 1 



JJecontr (generation* 

2. Cornelius.— No positive evidence has been found of rela- 
tionship between this Cornelius, and the Peter who has 
been already mentioned. But Peter's name is recorded at 
Albany as settled there in 1642, and in an instrument 
executed by him at that place, in 1640, he is described 
as twenty -four years old ; and the name of Cornelius ap- 
pears at the same place as a resident, and as making con- 
tracts there, in 1657. It is therefore probable that Corne- 
lius was son of Peter. 

The first record found of Cornelius is an agreement, 
dated January 29, 1657, for the purchase of a house at 
Albany from Marcellus Janssen (Van Bommel), for 911 
guilders, equal to $364.40. And on the 19th of Septem 
ber of the same year he was surety for William Brouwer. 2 

On the 1st of May, 1658, he brought an action of debt, 
at Albany, against Cornelius Teunnissen, for his share of 
the expense of foddering and taking care of the town 
bull during the winter. Judgment for plaintiff, ten guil- 
ders, equal to $4.00. 3 

On the 25th of November of the year following, an order 
was made, upon his request, for the appointment of cura- 
tors over the estate at Esopus, left by Gysbert Philipsen, 
who had been murdered by the Indians at that place. 3 

He made a lease, May 30, 1662, to Lambert Huybertse, 
of lots one and sixteen at Esopus. 4 

On the 25th of April, 1663, Cornelius obtained a grant of 
twelve morgens of land at Esopus, 5 Ulster County. This 

1 Council Minutes, Vol. 4, p. 257. 

2 County Clerk's Office, Albany, Vol. 1, pp. 2, 108. 

3 Fort Orange Records, Vol. 4, pp. 31-34, 202. 

4 Notarial Papers, 1660-1676, County Clerk's office, Albany. 

5 The name Esopus was applied to a wide and undefined territory (Col- 
lections Ulster Hist. Soc, Vol. l,p. 28). The place was first called Wild- 
wyk, meaning Indian District (Dutch Church Magazine, 1727, Vol. 1, p. 
190). The name Wildwyk was, until recently, borne by a locality between 
Rondout and Kingston. Kingston has since absorbed the other two. 



36 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

laud was at Hurley, and contained nearly twenty-six acres. 
In the Book of Patents, in the Secretary of State's office, is 
a confirmatory patent to Cornelius Wynkoop, dated June 
28, 1667, of a parcel of land at Esopus, near the new 
village, to the west of Nicholas Yarlett, on the west side of 
the creek, containing about twenty-four acres; also a lot 
west of the highway, and west of Lambert Huybertse's — 
all granted originally by Director Stuy vesant. This " new 
village » is now Hurley. 1 On the 30tii of March, 1670, the 
Commissioners for laying out land at Esopus, allowed 
Cornelius to lay out his two parcels of land at Hurley in 
one farm, on condition that he set off five morgeus for the 
assistance of Marbletown. In the annexed Register of 
Patents to inhabitants of the town of Hurley, there is for 
Cornelius Wynkoop twenty-four acres and forty-eight 
acres. 2 

The place at Hurley, now owned and occupied by 
George, ~No. " 275," has been for a long series of years 
in the continuous occupation of a male line of the fam- 
ily j and it is believed to be the original homestead. Part 
of the present house is reputed to be one hundred and 
fifty years old. A painting of the same, by William H. 
Snyder, of Brooklyn, under the name of " Wynkoop 
House," was on exhibition at the Academy of Design a 
few years since. 

Cornelius seems to have been a resident of Albany as 
late as October 19, 1665, for he is recorded in the Deacon's 
Book of that date, as giving, for alms, 17 guilders 10 
stivers. 3 

In 1671 he was elected an Elder of the Reformed Pro- 
testant Dutch Church at Kingston. Hermanus Blom was 
at this time, or had been recently, Pastor. 4 

On the 10th of June, 1672, he was appointed one of the 
two new Commissaries of Kingston. He was again 
appointed October 6, 1673, and served until August 14, 
1674. 5 

1 The Commissioners who had been appointed by Governor Lovelace, 
laid out two towns, Sept. 17, 1669, naming the one nearest to what is now 
Kingston, Hurley, in honor of the Governor's ancestral home on the Thames, 
England ; and they gave the name Kingston, Sept. 25, 1669, also in honor 
of the Governor, who had married the widow of William Hyde, of Kings- 
ton Lisle, near Wantage, Berkshire, England. They named Marbletown 
from its stone. (Col. Uls. Hist. Soc, Vol. 1, p. 51.) 

2 E. B. O'Callaghan, M.D. 

8 Annals of Albany, Vol. 1, p. 19. 

4 William H. Dederick, of Kingston. 

5 E. B. O'Callaghan, M.D. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. ^7 

He was Schepen of Hurley in 1073. ' On the 5th of July, 
1674, he was witness to the renewal of a treaty with the 
Indians. 2 

Cornelius, on the 11th of August, 1G7G, appeared before 
William La Montagne, Secretary for the Honorable Jus- 
tices at Kingston, and made his will, "leaving behind his 
lawful wife and seven children." On the 16th of May, 
1679, "Maria, widow of Cornelius Wynkoop" — signing her- 
self "Maria Langedyck, widow of Cornelius Wynkoop" 
— made her will, appointing "for tutors or guardians ot 
her minor children, Wessel Ten Brook and William De 
Meyer." She declared that her " oldest son Johannes shall 
first have the silver piece from the fleet of Port Heen." 
She called Marytje her oldest daughter, and Benjamin 
her youngest son. 3 The record at Kingston of the baptism 
of her children Catharine and Benjamin, call her simply 
Marytje Jans. 4 In March, 1660, among the immigrants 
by the "Love," was Marytje Jansen, maiden, and in the 
same month, in the " Gilded Beaver," was Maria Jans, 
orphan daughter. 5 

An inventory of the property sold at auction, of Cor- 
nelius, was made in 1677. The guardians under Mrs. 
Wynkoop's will were, on the 8th of February, 1683, order- 
ed to account for the property by Spring. The Adminis- 
trators let her property in 1681. 6 

No information has been obtained as to the dates of 
birth or of baptism of their children Marytje, Johannes, or 
Gerrit. But the descriptions in Mrs. Wynkoop's will, and 
a comparison of fche given dates of birth or of baptism, 
with the order of sequence of the names in two deeds, 
make it seem probable that Marytje or Johannes was the 
oldest child, that Evert was third and Gerrit fourth. 
Then followed the others, Nicholas, Catharine, and Benja- 
min. Mcholas and Catharine disappear from view, after 
the record of their baptism, and their inclusion in the 
"seven children" specified in their father's will. It is 
probable that they died before majority. 

1 Holland Documents, 1657-78, Vol. 2, p. 626. 

2 Col. Uls. Hist. Soc, Vol. 1, p. 63. 

3 These wills are recorded in a book which passed from the Clerk's Office 
of Ulster County into the hands of Jonathan W. Hasbrouck. 

4 This indicates that her name was Jane or Joan ; or, more likely, that 
her father's name was Jan ; for the Knickerbocker records use s, se, or 
sen, suffixed to the father's name, to signify his child, especially where he 
had no fixed surname. From se, old Dutch for "she." 

« Doc. Hist. N. Y., Vol. 3, p. 56. 

8 Jonathan W. Hasbrouck, Ulster County. 



38 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

A deed was made September 1, 1697, by Johannes, 
Evert, Gerrit, and Benjamin, and Moses Dupuis, to Jacob 
Eutse, of lands whereof Cornelius Wynkoop, deceased, 
late of Kingston, was in possession. And a partition 
deed was executed April 26, 1715, by Major Johannes, 
Captain Gerrit, and Benjamin, and Moses Dupuis, to 
Evert Wynkoop. 1 



QLfyitit feneration. 

Children of Cornelius No. 2 and of Maria Jans Langedyck. 

3. Maria (Marytje). — She was the elder daughter, and proba- 

bly the oldest or second child. Her husband's name was 
Moses Du Puy, written also Du Puite and Du Puis. Bap- 
tisms of their children are recorded at Kingston, as fol- 
lows : Cornelius, January 1, 1688 : Benjamin, October 13, 
1695 ; Jacobus, Sept. 19, 1703. 

4. Johannes, Major. — Born at Albany. He was probably the 

oldest son, and perhaps the oldest child. On the 27th of 
June, 1679, he was bound to Benjamin Provoost, to learn 
the blacksmith's trade ; but the indentures were canceled, 
and in November he was bound to Bruyn Hager, of Hur- 
ley, to learn the same trade. 2 

His first wife was Judith Bloodgood, as appears from 
the baptismal records of their children. They were mar- 
ried June 7, 1687, the record describing him as born at 
Albany, and her at Flushing, Zealand, and calling her 
Judith Franse. 3 

He took the oath of allegiance to the British in 1689, in 
Ulster County. 4 

Cornelia Ten Broeck was his second wife. Their mar- 
riage license was dated June 9, 1696. 5 She was daughter . 
of Major Dirk Wesselse Ten Broeck and of Christina Cor- 
nelise Van Buren. 6 

In 1728 he was recognized as a freeholder of Kingston, 



1 Ulster County Clerk's Office, Book AA, p. 186 ; Book BB, p. 412. 

2 Jonathan W. Hasbrouck. 

3 Kingston Church Records. 

4 Doc. Hist. N. Y., Vol. 1, p. 279. 

5 Record of Wills, N. Y. Register's Office, Lib. 5, p. 157. 
8 First Settlers Albany County, p. 109. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 39 

and as a Major. Aiul in the same year, in a " List of 
Commanding Officers, as well Military as Civil,'' lie is 
classed with u Old officers and old men." 1 

His last will was dated June 9, 1730, and he died shortly 
thereafter. 

A deed, dated September 13, 1733, was executed by 
Oapt. Cornelius, of Hurley, blacksmith, Derick, of the 
same place and trade, Johannes, of Kingston, cordwainer, 
Jacob Ten Broeck and Elizabeth his wife, Johannes De 
Lamater, cordwainer, and Christina his wife, to Thomas 
Beekman, joiner, and Marytje his wife. It referred to 
Major Johannes as deceased.* 

Another deed, never recorded, and now in the posses- 
sion of the Compiler, dated September 30, 1737, was exe- 
cuted by Cornelius and Derick, of Hurley, blacksmiths, 
Johannes, of Kingston, Esquire, Thomas Beekman, of the 
same place, joiner, and Marytje his wife, Johannes De 
Lamater, of Kingston, cordwainer, and Christina his wife, 
to Jacob Ten Broeck, Esquire, of Kingston, and Elizabeth 
his wife. It recited that Cornelius, Derick, Johannes, 
Thomas Beekman and wife, and Johannes De Lamater 
and wife, were heirs of Johannes Wynkoop, lately of 
Kingston, and possessed of land in Kingston, by assign- 
ment to Johannes Wynkoop, deceased, dated July 16, 
1713-1 4, 3 endorsed upon the back of deed dated February 
13, 1688, from the Trustees of Kingston to Humphrey Dav- 
enport. 

And still another deed is found, dated October 1, 1737, 
executed by Cornelius, eldest son, Derick, another son, 
Elizabeth, eldest daughter, and Jacob Ten Broeck her 
husband, Marytje, auother daughter, and Thomas Beek- 
man her husband, Christina, youngest daughter, and 
Johannes De Lamater her husband, children of the late 
Major Johannes, conveying lands to Johannes Wynkoop, 
High Sheriff of the county, youngest son of said Major 
Johannes. It mentioned the Major's will as dated June 
9, 1730. 4 
5. Evert.— Born March 24, 1665, died July 31, 1746. 5 

On the 26th of August, 1688, he intermarried with Ger- 



« Doc. Hist. N. Y., Vol. 3, pp. 969, 972. 

2 Ulster Co., Book DD, p. 201. See another deed also, at p. 204. 
i This date includes the popular year, beginning January 1st, and the 
legal and ecclesiastical year, beginning March 25. 

4 Ulster Co., Book EE, p. 38. 

5 Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Catskill, No. "320." 



40 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

trude Elmendorf. The record describes him as born at 
Albany and living at Kingston. 1 

He took the oath of allegiance to the British in 1689, in 
Ulster County. 2 

His second wife was Annetje (or Antje) Kiersted. She 
was daughter of Roelof Kiersted and Eyke Roosa, and 
a descendant of Annetje Webber, wife of Roelof Jan sen, 
and afterward of Rev. Everardus Bogardus, who is famil- 
iarly and expensively known to her descendants, to Trinity 
Church, and to the courts of New York, as Anneke Janse. 
Roelof Jansen and wife had a daughter, Sarah Roelofte, 
who was married to Hans Kiersted, and their son Roelof 
Kiersted was husband of Eyke Roosa. 3 

The ancestor of the Kiersteds was killed in France for 
his religion, and his dead body was dragged through the 
street by the hair of his head. His son, who was a 
weaver of line fabrics, was stripped of his property. His 
wife peddled needles and other small things. Both were 
industrious, and they got together considerable money, 
which they invested in black broadcloth, and bringing 
the cloth with them to New Amsterdam, they found pro- 
fitable sale, for some conspicuous man had recently died, 
and black goods were in demand, while the supply was 
short. The sale of the cloth gave them such a start that 
they were in possession of a large property at the time of 
their death. 4 

Evert is mentioned as a freeholder at Kingston in 
1728, and his widow is recorded as a slaveholder at Hur- 
ley, in 1755. 5 

The Caatsbaan church, about three miles above the 
village of Saugerties, which was built in 1732, and en- 
larged in 1816, had the initials E. W. K. engraved upon 
one of the stones in its front wall, along with the initials 
of other persons. This was a memorial of this Evert. 6 
He does not seem to have been a member of that church, 
but his son, Johannes E., was, in 1738, and his grandson, 
Evert, in 1759. The church was rebuilt in 1867, and the 
stone above mentioned was inserted in the rear wall. It 



i Kingston Church Records. 

2 Doc. Hist. N. Y., Vol. 1, p. 279. 

3 Complaint N. Y. Common Pleas ; C. C. Kiersted against The People, 
etc., and Trinity Church. 

4 William H. Dederick. 

5 Doc. Hist. N. Y., Vol. 3, pp. 969, 847. 

6 Judge Henry Wynkoop, No. " 320." 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 41 

seems to have been broken at that time, for the letter E 
does not now appear with the other initials. 

E vert's last will, dated Beaverkill of Kingston, June 2, 
1746, mentions bis wife, Antje ; his grandchildren Evert 
and Tjaatje, children of Cornelius j his son Tobias ; his 
grandchildren Evert and Catharine, children of Hezekiah ; 
his sons Jacobus and Johannes ; his daughter Antje ; and 
his granddaughter Geertje Decker. This will was never 
proven nor recorded, and is in possession of tbe Compiler, 
who received it from Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Catskill, 
No. " 320." 
6. Gerrit. — On the 8th of July, 1679, he was apprenticed to 
Hey man Albert, for five years, to learn shoemaking. His 
wife was daughter of Gerrit Fokker and Jakomyntje 
Slecht. Her mother afterward was married to Jan El- 
tinge, and was mother of a family of that name. 1 

The name of Gerritfs wife appears in the baptismal 
records of Kingston and Albany as Hillerje (Maria?), 
with the surname Fokker. But the name is preserved, 
by the descendants in Pennsylvania, as Helena Eltinge, 
and she was therefore probably known by that name, 
taking her stepfather's surname. 

Gerrit took the oath of allegiance to the British in 1689, 
in Ulster County. In the year 1700 he was Ensign of a 
foot company in the counties of Ulster and Dutchess, 
under Coenraad Elmendorf, Captain. In 1712 he was 
Deacon in the Dutch church at Kingston, and as such 
joined in a petition for its incorporation. 2 

He was known as Gerardus at Esopus, where he was 
engaged in farming until 1717, when he sold his land in 
Ulster County, and removed to the township of More-land, 
then Philadelphia, now Montgomery, County, Pennsyl- 
vania, where his name was transformed to Gerrit. His 
family then consisted of his wife, Helena Eltinge, and 
children, Cornelius, Gerrit, Nicholas, Henry, Philip, 
Mary, Jemima, and Ann. 3 Jemima, in the baptismal 
record, is called Jakomyntje, (Anglice, Jamesina). 

Gerrit Wynkoop was an Elder, January 1, 1744-5, of 
the Church of North and South Hampton, Pa. 

His descendants now own and occupy land in North- 
ampton Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, which is 
said to have been in continuous possession of the family 



1 Jonathan W. Hasbrouck. 

2 Doc. Hist N. Y., Vol. 1, p. 363 ; Vol. 3, p. 967. 

3 Family Bible, Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Pennsylvania, No. " 113." 

6 



42 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

since it was purchased by this Gerrit, from whom it 
passed to his son Gerrit. 

7. Nicholas. — Baptized October 15, 1668, recorded Clans. 1 

The correct Dutch would have been Klaas. He must 
have been one of the " seven " children specified in his 
father's will, 1676, but no subsequent trace has been 
found. 

8. Catharine. — Baptized June 18, 1671. J She has not been 

traced beyond her mother's will, 1679, in which Marytje is 
called oldest daughter. 

9. Benjamin.— Baptized November 5, 1673. 1 He intermarried 

with Femmetje (Phebef) Vander Huil, October 20, 1697. 
fb*. </i* •vW The record described him as from Kingston, and her as 
of New York. 2 She was daughter of Abraham Yander 
Heul 3 and of Tryntje Hendricks Kip, and was baptized 
August 6, 1671. 4 She is called Effonio Vander Hule in 
licence of marriage, recorded in Eecord of Wills, N. Y., 
Vol. 5, p. 259. 

Benjamin was a goldsmith. 5 He voted in the South 
Ward, New Y r ork, September 29, 1701. And on the 15th 
of June, 1724, he appears, with other inhabitants of the 
South Ward, in a remonstrance against leasing the ground 
on which the market formerly stood." He and his wife 
were both living, in December, 1737. ' In April, 1741, his 
slave, London, a Spanish Indian, was indicted, with 
others, for a conspiracy to burn the city. 8 



jfouttf) (ffireuetatton. 

Children of Major Johannes, No. 4, and of Judith Bloodgood. 

10. Cornelius.— Baptized June 4, 1688. He intermarried with 
Hendrika Newkirk, Dec. 14, 1711. The record calls her 
Hendrickjen, and describes both as born and living at 

1 Kingston Church Records. 

2 New York Church Records. 

3 New York Eecord of Deeds, L. 31, p. 513. 

4 N. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc. Record, Vol. 8, pp. 70-71. 
* New York Record of Deeds, L. 28, p. 423. 

8 New York Corp. Man., 1857, p. 520. 

7 New York Record of Deeds, L. 32, p. 105. 

8 Hist. Manuscripts Sec. of State Office, Vol. 66, pp. 79, 99 ; Vol. 74, pp. 
25, 81. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 43 

Marbletown. 1 Tlie proper English would be Henrietta or 
Harriet, but she seems to have retained the spelling Hen- 
drika. (In the Preliminary Genealogy she was recorded 
as the wife of the namesake and cousin of this Cornelius, 
in deference to an opinion other than that of the Compiler. 
Subsequent investigation has confirmed the Compiler in 
his own opinion, and he therefore has followed it here.) 

In 1733 and 1737 he is described in deeds as a black- 
smith of Hurlev. 

His last will, as of Hurley, Sept. 19, 1739, mentions ten 
children, Judith, Elizabeth, Cornelia, Johannes, Catharina, 
Lea, Adriaan, Cornelius, Petrus, and Maria. He names 
his wife one of the executors, but as letters of adminis- 
tration were granted April 3, 1747, to the " surviving 
executors" by the Surrogate of Ulster County, and she 
is not included among them, she must then have been 
dead. 2 

11. Elizabeth. — She was described as oldest daughter in a par- 

tition deed. Was married to Jacob Ten Broeck, of Kings- 
ton, Januarv 17, 1712. Their child Wessel was baptized 
Dec. 7, 1712. 1 

12. Maria. — Baptized April 23, 1693. She was married Jan. 
14, 1715, to Thomas Beekman, both of them described as 
living at Kingston. He was son of Johannes Beekman 
and Aletta Lawrence. 3 Their child Judickjen (or Judith) 
was baptized Dec. 11, 1715. 1 



Children of Major Johannes, No. 4, and of Cornelia Ten Broeck. 

13. Christina.— Baptized March 14, 1697. She was married 
May 12, 1723, to Johannes De Lamater, both of them born 
and living at Kingston. 

Johannes De Lamater, baptized Kingston, July 4, 1697, 
sou of Abraham De Lamater, by his second wife Elsie 
Tappen, was Trustee of Kingston 1727-1740. Johannes 7 
second wife was Maria Decker. 

His children were : Cornelius, baptized March 1, 1724 ; 
Abraham John, baptized about 1730 ; Sarah Ten Broeck ; 
Margretje Ten Broeck ; Elsie, baptized April 3, 1726 ; An- 
netje, baptized Nov. 1, 1736. 4 A transcript from the church 



1 Kingston Church Records. 

2 See original and translation of the will, Office Clerk of Court of Appeals, 
Albany. 

3 American Genealogy, Holgate, p. 85. 

4 X. Eng. Gen. Reg., Vol. 14, pp. 41, 42. 



44 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

records at Kingston, furnished to the Compiler, gives the 
baptism of a child Cornelia, Feb. 23. 1724. 

14. Derick 1 (Richard). — Born Nov. 1, 1698, intermarried with 
Gertrude Kool, July 3, 1725, died March 30, 1763. They 
removed to Hurley April 20, 1732. 2 

He was baptized Nov. 6, 1698. In the marriage record 
he is described as born and living at Kingston, and she as 
born at Hurley. 3 She was youngest daughter of Cornelius 
Cole. 4 

(5. Catharina. — Baptized January 19, 1701. 3 She probably 
died young, for she is not mentioned in tbe partition deeds 
of her father's property in 1733 and 1737, and her sister 
Christina is called youngest daughter. 

(6. Johannes. — Sheriff. Born October 7, 1702, died August 8, 
1791. 5 Baptized October 14, 1 702. 3 

He intermarried December 19, 1728, with Maria Bogar- 
dns, both of them described as living at Kingston. 3 She 
was a descendant of Rev. Everardus Bogardus, by his 
wife Annetje or Anneke. Their son William, born 1638, 
intermarried August 29, 1659, with Wyntje Sy brant. 
Everardus, son of William, born November 2, 1660, inter- 
married with Tjaatje Hoffman, June 9, 1697. Maria, 
daughter of the second Everardus, born April 13, 1709, 
was the Maria above mentioned. 

Among the settlers at Rensselaerwyck, 1630, were 
Roelof Jansen Van Maasterlandt and his wife and family. 
He came out as a farmer to the Patroon, at $72 per year. 
Five or six years later, the family were found at New 
Amsterdam, where Jansen received a patent in 1636 for 
thirty-one morgens of land lying along the North River. 
(One of their descendants was married to Evert Wynkoop, 
already mentioned). Jansen died, and his widow was 
married in 1637 or 1638 to Rev. Everardus Bogardus, who 
was the first settled minister at New Amsterdam. Bogar- 
dus died 1647, and his widow returned to Albany, where 
she died in 1663.° He had been Pastor at New Amster- 



1 The baptismal record is Dirrick. The proper spelling would be Dierryk 
or its contraction Dirk, but to tbe present time, in tbis family, tbe spelling 
has been Derick, except in tbe name of tbe Judge, No. " 156," wbicb was 
written by bimself and others Dirck. 

2 Major Peter Van Gaarsbeek, of Kingston. 

3 Kingston Cburcb Record. 

4 William H. Dederick. 

6 Record in bis own family Bible. 

6 Annals of Albany, Vol. 1, p. 15 ; Col. on tbe Hist, of Albany, Vol. 2, p. 
422 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 45 

dam, 1633 to 1647, and was lost with the ship " Princess" 
on a vovage to Holland. 1 This widow of Koelof Jansen, 
and of Rev. Everardns Bogardus, born Ann Webber, has 
since been well known as Anneke Jans. 

John Wynkoop was described as a cordwainer in 1733, 
and as Esquire in 1737. In 1731 he was Sheriff of Ulster 
Connty.- 

His tombstone is standing in the yard of the First Re- 
formed Church, Kingston. 

His beirs are named in a deed June 9, 1795, as follows : 
Petrus, Jr. ; Joseph Gasherie and Catharine his wife ; 
Benjamin De Meyer and Elizabeth his wife ; Christopher 
Tappen and Annetje his wife ; Christina, Lydia, Geer- 
trny, all of Kingston; Peter of New York ; and Henry 
(born) Schoonmaker, of Ponglikeepsie. 3 
17. Lydia. — Baptized Feb. 21, 1714. 4 She probably died young, 
as she is not mentioned in the deeds relative to her 
father's estate, in 1733 and 1737, and Christina is there 
called youngest daughter. 



Children of Evert, No. 5, and of Gertrude Elmendorf. 

(8. Cornelius. — Baptized October 13, 1689. His wife, in the 
record of baptism of their children, is called Barbara 
Matty sen 5 and Matthysen. 4 Her name is said to have been 
Van Keuren. 6 They left but two children, who are men- 
tioned in the will of Evert, the grandfather. Cornelius 
seems to have died young. 

19. Jacobus (Jacob or James).— Baptized May 26, 1691. 4 He 

is mentioned in his father's will in 1746. His wife seems 
to have been Jannetjen Bogardus. He was probably a 
resident of Rochester, Ulster County. See deed by 
Jacobus, of Rochester, to Matthys Duboys and Evert 
Wynkoop of Kingston, August 29, 1726. 7 

20. Nicholas. — Baptized April 28, 1693. 4 He is not mentioned 
in his father's will. 

21. Grietje (Margaret).— Baptized January 2, 1695. 4 



2 



Dutch Church Magazine, 1827. 

Doc. Hist. N. Y., Vol. 1, p. 694 ; Col. Ulster Hist. Soc, Vol. 1, p. 99 ; 
Ulster Record Deeds, Book EE, p. 38. 

3 Ulster Deeds, Book 00, p. 548. 

4 Kingston Church Records. 

5 New York Church Records. 
• Jonathan W. Hasbrouck. 

7 Ulster Deeds, Book CC 



46 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

22. Marytje (Maria).— Baptized September 11, 1697. 1 

23. Catharina. —Baptized December 17, 1699. 1 By the name 
of Catharina Evertse she was married to Johannes 
Decker, December 29, 1720 ; both of them described as 
born at Kingston. 1 Her father's will mentions his grand- 
daughter, Geertje Decker. 

24. Ann. — Baptized April 26, 1702. 1 She is mentioned as 
Antje in the will of her father. She was married to 
Johannes Swart, October 30, 1724. Their children were 
Evert Wynkoop, baptized February 16, 1734, husband of 
Maria Persen ; and Elizabeth, baptized April 14, 1745. 1 

25. Teola or Teold, (possibly Yeola). — Baptized February 18, 
1705. 2 No trace of this name, subsequent to the baptism, 
has been found. Perhaps the record is a contraction of 
Theobold. 

Children of Evert, No. 5, and of Ann Kiersted. 

26. Johannes Everts. 3 — Born October 12, 1707. Baptized 
Johannes, October 28, 1707. He intermarried with Cath- 
arina Sen ut, May 18, 1730. The marriage record de- 
scribes him as living at Hackensack, and her as born 
and living at Saugerties. 1 In 1738 they are recorded as 
members of the Caatsbaan church, near Saugerties, her 
name being written Schot. In the baptismal records of 
their children the mother's name is spelled sometimes the 
one way, sometimes the other. 

27. Tobias. — Baptized May 7, 1710. 1 He died in infancy. 
(See another son of the same name.) 

28. Maria.— Baptized Marytje, August 10, 1712. 1 She is not 
mentioned in her father's will, 1746. 

29. Hezekiah.— Born January 16,1715. Died November 22, 
1745. 4 He was baptized January 23, 1715. * Intermarried 
with Marytje Davenport, February 13, 1741. She was 
born September 27, 1717, died February 1, 1785. 4 
Hezekiah is recorded as a member of the Caatsbaan 
churcli in 1 743. 

30. Tobias.— Baptized April 28, 1717. * Intermarried with 
Leah Legg, November 11, 1741. Their children resided 
in the town of Saugerties. They were men of w r ealth, 



1 Kingston Church Kecords. 

2 Albany Church Records. 

3 It seems that the u Everts," i. e., child of Evert, was assumed to dis- 
tinguish him from others of the same name, and that such mode of identi- 
fication was in common use. 

4 Judge Henry Wynkoop, No. " 320." 







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and were among the principal supporters of the Caats- 
baan church. 1 

November 10, 1785. Last will of Tobias, of Blue Moun- 
tains, Ulster County, mentions his wife Leah, his sons 
Hezekiah, Tobias, Petrus, and William, and his daugh- 
ters Leah and Annetje. Proven September 8, 1786. 
Filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, 
Albany. 9 



Children of Gerrit, No. 6, and of Helena Eltinge. 

31. Maria. — Baptized Marytje, January 3, 1694. 3 She was 

wife of Abraham Vandegrift, of Bensalem, N. J. 4 (^^u^^-J 

32. Jemima. — Baptized Jakomyntje (Jamesina), March 22, 
1696. 3 She was wife of George Buskirk, of Moreland, 
Penn. 4 She is also called Jakomiua. 

33. Ann. — Baptized Annetje, August 21, 1698. 3 She was wife 
of Isaac Van Meter, of Salem, N. J., who afterward re- 
moved to the South Branch of the Potomac, in Virginia. 

34. Cornelius. — Born December 27, 1700; intermarried with 
Helena Vandegrift, November 2, 1726. Died October 26, 
1754. Baptized January 1, 1701. 3 

35. Gerrit, — Baptized November 29, 1702. 3 It seems that he 
was father of Gerardus, Adrian, and James, hereinafter 
mentioned ; and Garrett, No. u 430," claims him as his 
great grandfather ; but the name of his wife has not been 
discovered. 

36. Nicholas. — Born February 9, 1705 ; intermarried with Ann 
Kuypers, September 29, 1732 ; died August 3, 1759. She 
was daughter of Henry Kuypers, of Harsimus, Bergen 
Countv, New Jersey : was born March 20, 1712, and died 
March 21, 1773. 4 Baptized February 18, 1705. 5 May 22, 
1750, he was dismissed from the Presbyterian Church of 
Abingdon, Pa., to " the Low Butch Presbyterian" Church, 
of North and South Hampton, Pa. 

37. Henry. — Baptized Hendrikus, October 19, 1707. 3 Died a 
bachelor at Salem, N. J. 6 

38. Philip.— Baptized Philippus, February 11, 1709. 3 Died 



1 William H. Dederick. 

2 New York Surrogate's Office, Book 39, p. 283. 

3 Kingston Church Records. 

4 Family Bible of Judge Henry Wynkoop, No. u 113." 

5 Albany Church Record. 

6 Alonzo I. Wynkoop, No. " 466." 



48 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

July 14, 1771. His wife, Mary or Margaret Conover, of 
Monmouth, N. J., died 1775, aged 61. 

39. Tobias. — Baptized May 3, 1713. ' No further trace of him 
has been found. 

Children of Benjamin, No. 9, and of Femmetje Vander Heul. 

40. Cornelius. — Baptized December 1, 1699. 2 Died in infancy. 
See another son of the same name. 

41. Cornelius. — Baptized June 22, 1701 ; intermarried with 
Elizabeth Yan der Spiegel, May 9, 1724. 2 Cornelius was a 
goldsmith, and so was his father-in-law. Elizabeth was 
daughter of Jacobus and Anna. 3 

42. Abraham. — Born July 1, 1703 j intermarried with Esther, 
daughter of Thomas Fisher and Margery Maud. 4 The 
mother was daughter of Joshua Maud and Elizabeth Parr ; 
the latter of the family of Catharine Parr. Thomas was 
son of John Fisher, who accompanied Williain Penn on 
his first voyage to America, October, 1682. 5 Abraham was 
baptized July 4, 1703. - 

43. Benjamin. — Baptized May 23, 1705. 2 He was admitted to 
church membership at Fairfield, Conn., October 6, 1734, on 
recommendation of the Dutch Church, New York. 6 This 
Benjamin seems to have been the one whose wife was 
Eunice Burr, baptized July 2, 1710, 6 daughter ol Judge 

Peter Burr and Sarah , and cousin of Aaron Burr, 

President of the College of Princeton. 7 

44. Catharina. — Baptized June 29, 1707. 8 

45. Johannes. — Baptized September 14, 1712. 8 

46. Maria.— Baptized August 29, 171 4. 8 



jfiftf) feneration. 

Children of Cornelius No. 10 and of Hendrika Newkirk. 

47. Judith. — Baptized August 31, 1712. Married December 
14, 1736, to Johannes Du Bois. The record describes both 
as born and living at Hurley. 1 f 

1 Kingston Church Records. 

2 N. Y. Church Records. 

3 New York Deeds, L. 64, p. 13, 1725. 

4 Hannah Logan Smith's Book, Philadelphia, 1839, pp. 23S ; 239. 

5 Family Bible, per Miss Helen W. Wynkoop, No. " 703," Philadelphia. 
' Fairfield, Conn., Church Records. 

7 Charles Burr Todd, Redding, Conn. 

8 Corp. Man., N. Y., 1864, p. 836. 

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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 49 

Children: Catharine, b. September 18, 1737, m. No- 
vember 15, 1757, to Johannes Schoonmaker ; Jacob, baj). 
May 27, 1739, d. in infancy; Jacob, 2d, bap. July 27, 
1740; Cornelius, b. January 24, 1743, d. June 24, 1829, 
m. March 11, 17G9, to Gertrude Van Yleit, b. September fl&cur 
4, 1737, d. May 24, 1819 ; Jakomyntje, bap. November 25, 
1744, d. young ; Henricus, bap. December 28, 1746 ; 
Petrus, b. March 28, 1749, d. April 2, 1830, m. December 
23, 1779, Arriaantje BTewkirk ; Johannes, bap. August 4, 
1751; Abraham, bap. February 17, 1754, d, unmarried; 
Jakomyntje, 2d, bap. June 13, 1754, m. Dr. Heermance. 1 

48. Elizabeth. — Baptized January 9, 1715; married Decem- 
ber 15, 1733 to Philip Dumon. Their daughter Hendrika 
was baptized November 29, 1745. 2 

49. Cornelia. — Baptized February 17,1717; married July 4, 
1741, to Jan Van Deusen, Jr. The record describes her as 
born at Hurley, and him at Kingston, both, as living at 
Hurley. 2 

50. Johannes. — Baptized August 16, 1719. 2 He was a legatee 
under his father's will, dated 1739. 

51. Catharina.— Baptized Catrina, February 11, 1722. 2 She 

also is mentioned in her father's will. Was married to 
Lucas Elmendorf June 20, 1747. a 

52. Leah. — Baptized May 31, 1724. 2 She must have died in 
infancy, for another child had the same name. 

53. Adrian, Major.— Baptized August 24, 1726. 2 His wife was 
Catharine Low. 

He is mentioned May 11, 1775, as one of the Committee 
of Hurley to choose deputies to the New York Provincial 
Convention ; and again November 7, 1775, when they 
chose among others Dirck Wynkoop, Jr., No. u 156." Was 
Chairman of the Associators of Hurley, July 6, 1775. As 
Chairmau of the Hurley Committee, he notified the Pro- 
vincial Congress of the election of militia officers. There 
was a dispute as to the field officers of the Northern Begi- 
ment of Ulster County, and in response to the Provincial 
Convention, he was nominated for Major. 3 

Was Major of the First Regiment, Ulster County, say 
October 25, 1775, and May 1, 1776. At the instance of 
the Field officers of Ulster County, he was, in October, 
1776, placed in command of 200 men to guard the passes 
of the Hudson. Major Adrian's bill, for £16. Is. 4J<7., for 
pay and subsistence of 200 men raised in Ulster County, 
for 27 days guarding the passes of the Hudson, was al- 

1 Rev. Anson Du Bois. (See note to No. " 491.") 

' 2 Kingston Church Records. 

3 Jour. N. Y. Provincial Convention, Vol. 1, pp. 23, 189, 36, 193, 219. 

7 



50 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

lowed January 18, 1777. * The appointment was for two 
months' service. 2 

His last will, describing him as of Hurley, dated April 
22, 1795, proven Aug. 21, 1795, gave his whole estate to 
his wife Catharine, and his nephew, John C. Wynkoop. 
It mentioned his brother Dirk, and Cornelius Duinond, 
son of his sister Elizabeth. 3 Perhaps Dirk was a brother- 
in-law, or half-brother. 

His widow in her will, dated November 13, 1796, proven 
January 2, 1797, mentions her brother Cornelius Low. 3 

54. Leah.— Baptized December 26, 1727. 4 

55. Cornelius C. — Lawyer. Baptized Cornelius, November 5, 
1732. 4 He intermarried with Maria Catharina Roel, April 
24, 1760. 5 In Book 3, p. 112, of " New York Marriages," 
printed by order of the Secretary of State, 1860, their 
marriage bond is indexed April 17, 1760, and her name is 
spelled Ruehle. The bonds were given when the Secretary 
issued licences, and the two were a substitute for publica- 
tion of bans. The bonds were conditioned to be void if 
no impediment to the marriage existed. The wife's name 
is also spelled Ruhl, elsewhere. 

Cornelius was an attorney-at-law, as appears by the 
description of him, 1795, in several conveyances, 6 and was 
a resident of the City of New York. He was admitted 
" freeman " of the city in 1770, described as u shop- 
keeper." 7 

56. Petrus, — A twin. Baptized November 15, 1734. 4 His 
wife was Janneke Hardenburgh, according to the bap- 
tismal records of their children, although the name is 
otherwise given as Anneke. J^ <4/<^Gii2, f 

57. Maria. — A twin. Baptized as above. 

Children of Derick, No. 14, and of Gertrude Cole. 

58. Catharine.— Baptized Catrina, April 22, 1726. 4 Accord- 
ing to another statement, she was born May 20, 1726, 
and died aged twenty years, four months, and four days. 8 



1 Jour. N. Y. Provin. Con., Vol. 1, pp. 178, 294, 489, 62, 98. 

2 Force's Ainer. Archives, 5 Series, Vol. 3, pp. 1027, 1167. 
8 Kingston Book BB, pp. 225, 346. 

4 Kingston Church Records. 

* Corp. Man. N. Y., 1862, p. 651. 

* New York Deeds, L. 416, pp. 68, 70. 
7 Corp. Man. N. Y., 1856, p. 501. 

* Major P. Van Gaarsbeek, of Kingston. 



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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 51 

59. Jane. — Born May 21, 1728, died aged twelve years, four 
months, and thirteen days. 1 Baptized Janneken, May 26, 
1728. 2 

60. Cornelia.— Born June 30, 1730, died aged one year, five 
months, and twenty-four days. 1 

61. Cornelia.— Born May 13, 1732. 1 Baptized May 14, 1732. 
She was married December 21, 1752, to Matthew Ten 
Eyck. The record describes her as a young woman of 
Hurley, and him as a young man, and his name as 
Matthys. 2 He was born in 1728. 3 His death was in 1809. 

Their son Abraham was born June 23, 1754; intermar- 
ried with Sarah Elmendorf, December 26, 1790 ; died in 
1812, at Troy. Sarah Elmendorf was born at Kingston, 
July 11, 1766 ; died in 1821. Their son, Rev. J. B. Ten 
Eyck, was born March 4, 1797. 

Richard, another son of Cornelia and Matthew, a 
physician, intermarried with Janet Baker. John, another 
son, died unmarried. Catharine, another child, was mar- 
ried to Gerrit De Witt. Jane, another daughter, baptized 
Janneke, May 13, 1759, 2 was married to Gerrit Veeder. 
Another child, Maria, was married to Col. Albert Paw- 
ling. Blandina, another daughter, died unmarried. 

62. Cornelius D., Colonel.— Born March 5, 1734. Baptized 
March 10, 1734. He intermarried with Leah Du Bois, 
May 23, 1762. The record describes both as living in 
Ulster County. 2 Leah was the seventh child of Cornelius 
Du Bois, of New Paltz, and of Margaret Hoogteyling (now 
Houghtaling), of Kingston. 4 Cornelius D. intermarried 
with Anna Gansevoort, January 9, 1778. 5 She died a 
"relict," August 9, 1794, aged forty -nine years, ten 
months, and three days. Cornelius D. was killed by a 
negro, who mistook him for his son, whom he meant to 
kill. Anna was daughter of Harmen Gansevoort and 
Margaret Douw. 

Cornelius D. was appointed Major of the Third Regi- 
ment, June 30, 1775, under Colonel James Clinton, raised 
in Ulster and Dutchess Counties. He was promoted to 
the Lieutenant-Colonelcy of the same regiment, August 2, 
1775, and was ordered to muster the companies of Cap- 
tains Hasbrouck and Brown. He was made Colonel 



1 Major P. Van Gaarsbeek, of Kingston. 

2 Kingston Church Records. 

1 Rev. J. B. Ten Eyck, of Walden. 

* Record of the Family of Louis Du Bois, p. 44. (See note to No. ''491.") 

5 Albany Church Records. 

8 Tomb inscription, Albany ; Annals of Albany, Vol. 6, p. 149. 



52 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

April 11, 1776. He was one of the Associators of Hurley 
July 6, 1775. 1 A list of officers of his regiment is given 
in Force's American Archives. 2 

His last will, as of Hurley, dated May 2, 1776, was 
proven June 13, 1793. 3 

63. Johannes. — Born January 30, 1736. Died aged forty- 
seven years and ten months. 4 Baptized February 5, 
1736. 5 He intermarried with Margaret, daughter of 
Johannes Jansen. They had no issue. 

64. Derick D.— Born February 23, 1738. 6 Baptized February 
26, 1738. 5 He intermarried with Sarah Eltinge, November 
15, 1765, both described as living at Kingston. 5 She was 
daughter of Noah Eltinge, and granddaughter of Jan 
Eltinge, who was the first of the name in this country. 7 
(See Gerrit, No. " 6.") His second wife was Anna, daugh- 

cJlirU. ter of Noah Eltinge. 8 

Dirk Wynkoop was one of the persons present, in 1767, 
at the organization of the second Reformed Dutch Church 
at New Paltz, under Rev. Isaac Rysdyek. He seems to 
have been then resident at New Paltz, but in connection 
with the Kingston church. 9 

Derick D. was an Associator of New Paltz, May 10, 
1775. 10 

The will of Anna, of New Paltz, widow of Derick Wyn- 
koop dated July 23, 1827, was proven Nov. 15, 1829. 11 

65. Ephraim. — Born March 10, 1740; died aged three months 
and sixteen days. 6 Baptized May 9, 1740.' 

66. Hendrikus. — Born October 18, 1741; died aged five years 
and eighteen days. 6 Baptized November 4, 1741. 5 

67. Jane.— Born May 11, 1744. 6 Baptized Jannetjen, May 13, 
1744. 5 She was married January 27, 1778, to Cornelius 
Jansen, widower, both of them described as born and liv- 
ing at Kingston. 5 Their child, Margaret, was baptized 
Margritje, August 25, 1781. 5 

1 Jour. N. Y. Provincial Congress, Vol. 1, pp. 62, 117, 9.8, 424, 36. 

2 Fifth Series, Vol. 1, p. 1311. 

3 Kingston Book B, p. 47. 

4 Major Peter Van Gaarsbeek ; but he says the birth was in 1737. 
6 Kingston Church Records. 

6 Major Peter Van Gaarsbeek. 

7 Edmund Eltinge. 

8 Rev. J. B. Ten Eyck, Walden, Orange Co. 

9 Collections of Ulster Hist. Soc, Vol. 1, p. 201. 

10 Jour, of N. Y. Provin. Cong., Vol. 1, p. 36. 

11 Kingston Book G., p. 116. 



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68. Catharine. — Born October 16, 1747. 1 Baptized October 
18, 1747. 2 She was wife of Matthew Persen, and died 
January 3, 1797, as shown by tombstone in the Kingston 
churchyard. 

Children of Johannes, No. 16, and of Maria Bogardus. 

69. Johannes.— Born July 3, 1729 ; died August 29, 1794. 3 
Baptized July 6, 1729. 2 He is said to have intermarried 
late in life with a Ten Broeck of Flatbush, and to have 
died childless. 4 This Flatbush was perhaps the hamlet of 
that name in Ulster County. 

70. Tjaatje. 5 — Pronounced Chauchee, or Yawtyeh (Charity). 
Born Nov. 19, 1731 ; married Nov. 1, 1754, to Dirck Wyn- 
koop, No. u 156 " ; died Nov. 17, 1757. 6 She seems to have 
been known only by the Dutch name. 

'71. Cornelia.— Born April 22, 1734; died Oct. 6, 1759. 3 Was 
married October 29, 1757, to Edward Schooumaker. 2 The 
record describes him as a young man born and living at 
Kingston. Their son Henry was baptized Henrikus, 
April 30, 1758. This Henry is enumerated with the 
other heirs of Sheriff Johannes in a deed dated June 9, 
1795. 7 

72. Mary.-Born March 26, 1736; died January 20, 1762. 3 
Baptized Maria, May 28, 1736. 2 

73. Christina. — Born January 2, 1738; died September 18, 
1806. 3 Baptized January 8, 1738. 2 Her last will, as Chris- 
tina Wynkoop, of Kingston, dated June 21, 1803, was 
proven January 20, 1807. 8 

74. Catharine.— Born April 23, 1739; died March 5, 1813. 3 
She was wife of Joseph Gasherie. Marriage bond was 
dated October 14, 1767. 9 See Joseph Gasherie, mentioned 
in connection with Dirck, No. u 156." 

75. Anne.— Born May 11, 1741; died May 26, 1815. 3 Baptized 
Annetje, May 18, 1741. 2 Marriage bond Annetje Wyn- 



1 Major Peter Van Gaarsbeek. 

2 Kingston Church Records. 

3 Family Bible of Johannes, No. " 16." 

4 Abram Wynkoop, of Kingston, No. " 152." 

5 This name seems to be Knickerbocker Dutch for Charity, and an attempt 
to render by Dutch spelling the sound of the English name Charity. 

6 Family Bible of Capt. Evert, No. "80." 

7 Kingston Book OO, p. 548. 

8 Kingston Book D, p. 147. 

9 N. Y. Marriages, Book 12, p. 62. 



54 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

koop and Christopher Tappen, April 16, 1761. 1 (See 
Tappeu, mentioned with Dirck, No. "156," and under 
No. " 81.*) 

76. Elizabeth. — A twin. Born April 18, 1744. Died August 
31, 1822. ■ Marriage bond, Elizabeth Wynkoop and -Ben- 
jamin De Myer, January 26, 1767. 3 She survived her hus- 
band and died as above stated. 4 Their son John was 
baptized February 13, 1771, 5 and their daughter Maria 
September 25, 1776. " 

77. Petrus — Born April 18, 1744. 2 Died February 3, 1818. 4 
His wife, Mary Yan Alstvne, was born July 18, 1753. 
Died April 21, 1837. 2 The family Bible has Petrus' death 
January 23, 181 9. 2 The widow's will, dated September 
3, 1831, was proven April 30, 1838. 7 They lived at Cler- 
mont, afterwards at Kinderhook ; removed to Kingston 
in 1796. 8 

78. Lydia, — Born February 15, 1748. 2 By her maiden name • 
she joined with the other heirs of her father in the deed 
in 1795, mentioned above. 

79. Gertrude (Geertje). — Born May 23, 1752. Died December 
18, 1837. 2 By the name of Geertrui Wynkoop she joined 
with the other heirs in the deed in 1795. Her sister 
Christina's will, in 1803, calls her Gitty. 

Children of Cornelius, Jr., No. 18, and of Barbara Matthyssen 

Van Keuren. 

80. Evert, Captain. — Born January 29, 1709. Died Septem- 
br 16, 1757. Intermarried May 3, 1730, with Arriaantje 
Schepinoes. She was daughter of Dierryk and Mar- 
grietje Schepmoes. Was born November 12, 1706. Died 
March 26, 1779. Her mother died March 3, 1743, and 
her father February 21, 1724-5. 9 The latter was a 
descendant of Jan I. Schepmoes, who took a lot of land in 
New Amsterdam, May 18, 1643. 10 



1 1ST. Y. Marriages, Book 4, p. 151. 

2 Family Bible of Johannes, No. "16." 

s N. Y. Marriages, Book 11. p. 14. 

4 Kingston Tombstone. 

5 Caatsbaan Church Records, Saugerties. 

6 Kingston Church Records. 

7 Kingston Book I, p. 270. 

8 Abram Wynkoop, of Kingston, No. "152." 

9 Family Bible of Captain Evert, No. " 80." 

10 Wm. H. Dederick of Kingston. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 55 

Evert was a Captain in the Old French War, and 
returned home, sick of camp fever, of which he died. 
His tombstone is in the yard of the First Reformed 
Church of Kingston. His last will, dated December 19, 
1750, describing him as a brewer, is in the possession of 
the Compiler. Arriaanrje is commonly Anglicised Harriet. 

81. Tjaatje (Charity.) — Baptized October 8, 1710. 1 She was 

married July 2, 1736, to Petrus Tappen. The record 
describes both as born and living at Kingston. His 
last will, dated December 7, 1747, describes him as a 
mariner; and mentions his wife Tjaatje, his children 
Christopher and Cornelia, and his brother-in-law Evert 
Wynkoop. 

Their son Peter, was baptized September 10, 1738, 2 
(See Christopher Tappen, under ISTo. " 75.") 

Children of Jacobus, No. 19, and of Jane Bogardus. 

82. Cornelius. — Baptized January 25, 1711, or May 25; inter- 
married with Ann Schoonmaker, October 12, 1729. The 
record calls her Antje, and describes both as born and 
living at Eochester [Ulster County.] In a deed to Cor- 
nelius Hornbeek, dated January 3, 1733, he is described 
as a cordwainer at Eochester. 3 His wife was daughter of 
Joachim Schoonmaker and Antjen Hussey. 4 

Children of Johannes E., No. 26, and of Catharine Schut. 

83. Evert. — Said to have been born about 1732. 5 He inter- 
married with Sarah Decker, August 12, 1754, at Sauger- 
ties. The record describes both as living at Kingston, 
styles him a young man, calls her Saartje, and the name 
of the place Sagertje. 2 They were members of the Caats- 
baan church, near Saugerties 1759, and the baptism of six 
of their children is there recorded. (See the initials E. W. 
K., under No. "5.") 

84. Kezekiah.— Baptized December 26, 1738." 

85. Deborah. — Baptized January 5, 1711. 6 

86. Eliza. — Baptized October 31, 1743. 6 Died in infancy. 



1 New York Church Records. 

2 Kingston Church Records. 

3 Kingston Book DD, p. 273. 

4 N. Y. Geneal. and Biog. Soc. Record, Vol. II, p. 203. 
6 Joshua Hotaling, of Albany, his descendant. 

8 Caatsbaan Church Records. 



56 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

87. Eliza.— Baptized May 7, 1745. 1 

88. Sarah. — Baptized April 21, 1747. 1 Married William Larre- 
way June 12, 1772. 2 Son David baptized November 13, 
1779; father's name, La Roe. 1 Child Catharine born Oct. 
12, 1781. 3 

Children of Hezekiah, No. 29, and of Maria Davenport. 

89. Catharine. — Born isTovember 24, 1711. Married to Benja- 
min Post. Removed to Hilleburgh, Albany County. They 
had a daughter who was married to Sevesen. 4 Bap- 
tism of their daughter Marytje is recorded October 29, 
1765. 1 

90. Evert. — Born September 8, 1713. Intermarried with Aaltje 
(Alice) Myer, May 29, 1765. Was commissioned lieutenant 
of militia December 7, 1772. 4 He was an Associator of 
Kingston, May and June, 1775, and first lieutenant of the 
third beat or district of Kingston, October 25, 1775. 5 The 
venerable William H. Dederick, of Kiugston, said of him : 
" He was one of those who willingly obeyed the command, 
' Be still, and know that I am God.' He was three years 
confined to his bed, and in all that time, according to tes- 
timony, not a murmur escaped his lips." 

Evert in his last will, of Sangerties, dated June 6, 1829, 
proven June 29, 1830, mentioned his children William, 
Hezekiah, Jr., Catharine, Sarah, and Henry deceased ; 
and the children of Henry, viz., Evert, Tjerck, Hezekiah, 
Allie, Annetje, Henry H. ; and his grandson Evert living 
with him. 6 

Children of Tobias, No. 30, and of Leah Legg. 

91. Cornelius, — Baptized April 25, 1712. 7 Died young and 
unmarried. 8 

92. Ann. — Baptized Annetje October 31, 1743. 1 Died in in- 
fancy. 

93. Ann. — Baptized Annetje November 11, 1744. 7 Commonly 

1 Caatsbaan Church Records. 

2 Albany Church Records. 

3 First Settlers Albany Co., p. 73. 

4 Judge Henry Wynkoop, No. " 320." 

6 Journal of the N. Y. Prov. Cong., Vol. 1, p. 30. 

6 Kingston Book G, p. 361. 

7 Kingston Church Records. 

8 Bradley Wynkoop, No. il 366." 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 57 

called Hannah. Her husband was Christian Meyers. 1 
Record of baptism of their children is found as follows : 
Cornelius, November 14, 1764 ; Hendrikus, September 
27, 1708; Leah, October 24, 1770; Sarah, February 3, 
1773; Hezekiah, July 15, 1775; Catharina, September 9, 
1777 ; Marytje, January 27, 1780 ; Annetje, August 11, 
1782; Jannetje, July 3, 1785; Benjamin, January 5, 1788 ; 2 
Jonathan, is also mentioned. 3 

94. Hezekiah. — Baptized June 3, 1750. 4 His wife was Ma- 
ria Meyers, sister of Christian Meyers. He died, aged 
about 87. 

95. William. — Baptized December 26, 1751. 2 Died in infancy. 

96. William, Major. — Baptized March 4, 1753. 4 According to 
one account he died aged 80, but another gives his age 
as 89. 

Alonzo Hus Wynkoop, of Chemung, made the follow- 
ing statement in 1868 : " Major William Wynkoop, my 
grandfather on my mother's side, settled in Chemung in 
1788 or 1789, and was married to the widow Charity 
Schermerhorn. They had two daughters, Hannah and 
Jane. All of them are now dead. 

" I recollect hearing my mother relate the incidents of 
a journey from Esopus to Wilkesbarre by Avagon, through 
a wilderness, and from Wilkesbarre to Tioga Point, now 
Athens, Penn., up the north branch of the Susquehanna, 
more than 100 miles, by a flat-boat, and up the Chemung, 
by canoes, to a neighborhood of Indians, who used to 
bring venison in abundance, and treated them kindly. 
She said that deer were then very plentiful. A hunter, 
who lived with them, thought it a small matter to go and 
kill and bring one in before breakfast. Fish were also 
very abundant. But there were no mills, and she said 
that the first wheat that grandfather raised, he took 
in a canoe down the river to Wilkesbarre to mill, and 
pushed it home up stream, more than 100 miles. The 
second year, grandfather built a mill on Wynkoop's Creek, 
where I now reside. The milbstones were worked from 
rocks near Towanda, Bradford County, Penn. The early 
settlers came more than 100 miles to this mill." 

Certificates of survey of land in Chemung County, were 
granted as follows : November 4, 1788, of survey for 



1 Judge Henry Wynkoop, No. " 320." 

2 Caatsbaan Church Records. 

* Bradley Wynkoop, No. " 366." 
4 Kingston Church Records. 



58 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

William Wynkoop, of lot Xo. 1, in the Town of Chemung, 
on the north side of the Tioga Biver, 515 acres of land; 
November 5, 1788, of survey for Nathan Dennis ton, Wil- 
liam Wynkoop, and eight others, of lot No. 138 in the 
Town of Chemung, containing 6,400 acres — Baldwin, Che- 
mung County. February 22, 1792, certificate of James 
Clinton, that lot No. 138 was laid out for the persons 
above named. 1 

97. Leah. — Baptized March 31, 1755. 2 She was married to 
Peter Britt. Baptisms of their children have been found 
as follows: Catharina, October 27, 1776 5 Marytje, April 
25, 1778; Petrus, April 8, 1781; Maria, June 6, 1781; 
Annnetje, August 12,1788; Jannetje, November 1, 1788 ; 
Tobias, March 11, 1791 ; Nicolaas, October 27, 1793 ; and 
William, July 31, 1796, born July 14, 1796/ They are 
otherwise enumerated as follows : Peter, who died in in- 
fancy; Katy, who was married to William Dederick; 
Peggy, who was married to Philip Bear ; Peter, who in- 
termarried with Margaret Bear; Polly, who was married 
to William Eamsey ; Hannah, who was married to Isaac 
Fulton ; Jane, who was married to Benjamin Peck ; 
Tobias, who was married and died ; Nicholas, who was 
married; Leah, who died unmarried; and William, who 
intermarried with Katy Fiero. 3 

98. Catharine. — Baptized Catharina, February 23, 1757. 9 

99. Tobias. — Baptized August 13, 1758. 4 He intermarried 
with Jannetje Schermerhorn, January 11, 1781. The 
record describes him as a young man born and living at 
Kingston, and her as a young woman born and living at 
Albany.' 2 In his last will, of Saugerties, dated July 9, 
1823, proven October 20, 1827, he mentioned his wife, 
Jannetje, and his children, Cornelius, and Nelly, wife of 
John Kiersted. 5 

100. Petrus. — Born in Catskill, August 4, 1760. 3 Intermar- 
ried with Helena Bear, of Kingston, February 25, 1784. 
The record has her name Beer. 2 The baptismal records 
at Saugerties of seven of her children, also call her Helena, 
but she seems to have been subsequently known by the 
name of Magdalene. She was born December 15, 1766, 
died March 26, 1842. 



1 Land Papers, LIV, pp. 1, 167, 171. 

2 Caatsbaan Church Records. 

3 Bradley Wynkoop, No. " 366." 
* Kingston Church Records. 

6 Kingston Book G, p. 103. 



WYNKOOP (GENEALOGY. 59 

In August, 1810, they removed to what was then called 
the Geneva country, now Seneca, Ontario County, IS. Y. 
Petrus died August 14, 1828. 

. Children of Cornelius, No. 34, and of Helena Vandegrift. 
°V 

101. John. — Born December 1 or 15, 1729, intermarried with 
Catharine Van Meter, of New Jersey, March 26, 1751; 1 
died July 14, 1784. 2 

102. Nelly.— Born June 7, 1733. 1 

103. Gerrit.— Born November 13, 1736. 1 

104. Rebecca.— Bom February 2, 1739. 1 

105. Cornelius.— Born May 3, 1741. 1 

106. Helena.— Born October 26, 1743; died November 15, 
1761. 1 

107. Nicholas.— Born March 27, 1746 ; died October 5, 1760. 1 

108. Jacob.— Born November 29, 1750. 1 

Children of Gerrit, No. 35. 

109. Gerardus. — He was an officer of the Eevolutionary army. 
For nineteen successive years he was a member of the 
House of General Assembly of Pennsylvania, and for a 
series of years its Speaker. His wife was Elizabeth Ben- 
net. He died about 1812 or 1813. 3 

110. Adrian. — He intermarried with Sarah Bandell, in Bucks 
County, Penn. Settled in Berkeley County, Ya. At that 
time Berkeley and Jefferson were parts of Frederick 
County. He purchased land about three miles south of 
the Potomac. 4 

111. James.— A physician. He intermarried with Hester Peter- 
son, of Middletown, Del., April 3, 1777, and settled in 
that place. In his latter days he lived at Baltimore, Md., 
where he had a large practice. 5 



Children of Nicholas, No. 36, and of Ann Kuypers. 

Helena. — Born February 8, 1734. Married to Bev. Jona- 
than Du Bois. 6 
Rev. Jonathan Du Bois was pastor of the Reformed 



1 Christopher L. Wynkoop, No. "417." 
1 Charles Wynkoop, No. " 371," Lockport. 

3 Rev. Stephen R. Wynkoop, No. " 408." 

4 Garret Wynkoop, No. " 430," Hedgesrille, W. Va, 
• Miss Hester Ann Cannell, his descendant. 



60 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Dutch Church of North aud South Hampton, Pennsyl- 
vania. He died December 15, 1772, leaving children : 
Abraham, d. 1797; Sarah; Henry, d. 1806; Ann, m. 
Leffert Lefferts ; Helena, m. David Taggart ; Susannah ; 
Isaac ; Nicholas, d. November 4, 1815, aged 44. 

Jonathan, b. December 3, 1727, was fifth child of Barent 
Du Bois, b. May 3, 1693, and of Jakomyntje (born) Du 
Bois, his cousin. His wife was Eleanor, d. of Nicholas 
Wynkoop, of Bucks County, Penn. He was educated at 
the Classical Academy of the Synod of Philadelphia, at 
New London, Chester County, Penn. He seems to have 
been licensed to preach, and to have settled at North 
Hampton, Bucks County, shortly previous to November 
22, 1750. 1 
113. Henry, Judge.— Bom March 2, O. S., 1737. He intermar- 
ried September 10, 1761, with Susannah Wanshaer, only 
daughter of John Wanshaer and Christina Egberts, in 
the county of Essex, New Jersey. She was born October 
29, 1742, and died August 26, 1776. His second wife, by 
marriage in 1777, was Miss Maria Cummings, also of New 
Jersey. She died in 1781. He intermarried April 21, 
1782, with Sarah Newkirk, daughter of Cornelius New- 
kirk and Bachel Forsyth, of Pittsgrove, in the county of 
Salem, New Jersey. She died June 28, 1813, aged 71 
years. (According to another account, the third marriage 
was in 1792, and the name of the wife's mother was 
Eachel Ten Eyck.) 

Henry was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary army. 5 
He was an Associate Judge of the Common Pleas of 
Bucks County, Penn. He died March 25, 1816. In 1789 
he resigned the Eldership of the church of North and 
South Hampton, Pa., because of his absence as Repre- 
sentative in Congress. 

The Pennsylvania Convention, July 23, 1776, chose by 
ballot a Council of Safety for the State, among others 
Henry Wynkoop for Bucks County. In Council of Safety, 
August 7, 1776, Mr. Henry Wynkoop appeared, and took 
and subscribed the qualification directed by the Conven- 
tion. In the same, August 8, two orders were drawn for 
£250 each, in favor of Henry Wynkoop, for the families 
of the poor Associators of Bucks County, and for equip- 
ping the militia of that county. 3 



Record of the family of Louis Du Bois, p. 37. (See note to No. " 491."') 

W. B. Whitaker, Phil. 

Force's Amer. Archives, Vol. 3, p. 9 ; Vol. 1, p. 1311. 



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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. Gl 

Mr. W. B. Whitaker of Philadelphia wrote of him in the 
following terms:— "Judge Henry Wynkoop, of Bucks 

County, in this State, greatly distinguished himself by 
the active and determined part he took in favor of our 
struggle for independence. He served as a member of the 
First Provincial Conference of Pennsylvania, which con- 
vened in Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia, on the 18th of 
June, 1776. He was elected a member of the First Con- 
gress, which assembled at New York, 1 on the 4th of March, 
1789. Judge Wynkoop's house was distinguished as the 
home of Col. Monroe, afterward President, during the time 
he was disabled by a wound received at the battle of Tren- 
ton. It was the letter of General Washington, addressed 
to his friend Wynkoop, that procured these hospitable 
quarters for Col. Monroe, and for which kind attention 
from the family of Judge Wynkoop, President Monroe, "as 
late as the 26th of March, 1834, in a letter now before me, 
expressed the most lively gratitude, for the 6 kindness re- 
ceived, during an interesting period of our Revolutionary 
War. 7 » 2 

General Alexander Hamilton and Judge Wynkoop were 
members of the First Continental Congress. On one occa- 
sion, while walking on Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, the 
General was urging very strongly the claims of a bill be- 
fore the House, for which he wished to secure his friend's 
support. But the Judge, desiring to avoid the discission, 
because he was averse to the measure, chauged the subject, 
by calling the General's attention to two very beautiful 
women, who had just passed them. The conversation was 
not resumed ; but forty-eight hours afterward Mrs. Wyn- 
koop arrived quite unexpectedly, from her home in Bucks 
County, having traveled all night, in consequence of a 
letter received from General Hamilton, requesting her 
immediate presence, as her husband was in a very dan- 
gerous condition. The joke was well taken, and it was 
succeeded by another. The Judge prepared a similar 
letter, imputing danger to the General, and sent it to 
Mrs. Hamilton at New York. This caused a similar 
response, in the hurried presence of Mrs. Hamilton, who 
showed the Judge's letter. The affair caused great merri- 
ment, and the ladies had a gay and pleasant visit to their 
husbands ; the only evil being the anxiety of the ladies 
respectively while on their way to Philadelphia. 3 

1 Republican Court, p. 166. 

2 United States Gazette. 

3 Mrs. Anna M. Atwood, No. " 674." 



62 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

General Washington was in favor of styling the Presi- 
dent, High Mightiness, and asked General Muhlen burgh's 
opinion. Henry Wynkoop was standing by. General 
Muhlenburgh replied : If all the incumbents were to have 
the commanding size and presence of yourself, or of my 
friend Wynkoop, the title might be appropriate, but if 
applied to some lesser men it would provoke ridicule. 1 

Children of Philip, No. 38, and of Mary Conover. 

114. Mary. — Wife of George Hogeland ; died 1789 aged 52. 2 

115. Gerrit. — He died in 1822 aged 78 years. His wife Ann 
Van Horn died in 1837, aged 86. 2 

(16. Henry. — He died July 9, 1771, in his 24th year, about the 
-same time with his father, leaving no issue. 2 

117. Philip. — Who died about 1814, aged 58. His wife was 
Oaty Van Horn. 2 

118. Cornelius.— Who removed to Loudon County, Ya. Prob- 
ably this was the u Cornel" Wynkoop who joined in a 
certificate as to an experiment with James Kumsey's 
boat (steam), dated Berkeley Countv, Ya.. December 
13, 1787. 3 

119. Lena.— Wife of Titus-l 

i20. i £^ ? Wife of -^fe^Yan Sickler. 2 

Children of Cornelius, No. 41, and of Elizabeth Van der Spiegel. 

121. Jacobus, Captain. — Baptized March 3, 1725. 4 He was born 
at about that time, for in a letter to the Provincial Congress 
of New York, August 15, 1775, he describes himself as 51 
years old f yet the records of his family and his tomb in- 
scription make his birth to have been in 1721. His wife, 
according to the baptismal records in New York of their 
children, was Alida Koens, but the family have her name 
as Alida Myers. Probably she was daughter of Koenraad 
Myers. She was of Curacoa, and was born October 11, 
1736, and died October 16, 1794. Jacobus died May 4, 
1795, according to tomb inscription. 3 

Jacobus removed from Kingston to Albany, two weeks 
before the British burned the former nlace. 



1 Republican Court, p. 153. 

2 Henry Wynkoop, Huntingdon Valley, Montgomery County, Penn. 

3 Doc. Hist. N. Y., Vol. 2, p. 1022. 

4 New York Ckurcli Records. 

5 Force's Amer. Archives, Vol. 1, pp. 76, 107. 
8 Annals of Albany, Vol. 6, p. 198. 



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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 63 

He was commissioned, on the 28th of Jane, 1775, eighth 
Captain of the 4th N. Y. Continental Regiment, command- 
ed by Col. Holmes. 1 August 15, 1775, he wrote to the 
Provincial Congress, complaining of his position; setting 
forth that he was 51 years old, had served in the last two 
wars by sea and land, and been in many engagements; 
had been specially honored and trusted by General Gage, 
who had given him command of a company to which his 
baggage was entrusted ; and had been offered a commis- 
sion in the Royal Americans. 2 March 8, 1776, General 
Philip Schuyler, in a letter to Nathaniel Woodhull, ex- 
pressed a high opinion of Jacobus' fitness to command 
certain vessels. 3 

April 13, 1776, it was ordered, in Committee of Safety, 
New York, that Jacobus Wynkoop enlist the number of 
mariners desired by Maj. Gen. Schuyler, for service on the 
lakes, and proceed with them to Albany, and take Schuy- 
ler's orders as to vessels on the lakes, until the Con- 
tinental Congress shall 'appoint him, or some other gen- 
tleman shall arrive at the lakes authorized to command. 4 

April 29, 1776, Committee of Safety communicated 
with our delegate at Philadelphia, urging the appointment 
of Oapt. Wynkoop to command on the lakes, referring to 
him as follows : Bred a mariner; had been frequently mas- 
ter of mercantile vessels; had served with reputation in 
the last war, both in the land and sea service ; and was 
an officer of merit. 5 

May 7, 1776, General Schuyler to Capt. Wynkoop, at 
Fort George, ordered him to repair to Ticonderoga, and 
take command of all the vessels on the lakes. 6 

August 6, 1776, letter from Jacobus Wynkoop to Coun- 
cil of Safety, informed them that on April 18th, agreeably 
with the order of the Council of Safety, he took command 
as Commodore of the vessels on Lake Champlain. By 
advice of the commander of the Northern Department, he 
requested aid of the Council. Letter was referred to the 
Governor. 7 

August 17, 1776, General Benedict Arnold ordered two 
schooners of the fleet down the lake ; the Commodore 

1 E. B. O'Callaghan, M.D., Albany. 

2 Force's American Archives, Vol. 1, p. 76, 107. 

3 Force's American Archives, Fifth Series, Vol. 1, p. 1276. 

4 As above, p. 408. 
6 As above, p. 426. 

' As above, p. 1277. 
T As above, p. 1034. 



64: WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

brought them to : Arnold went on board and satisfied 
Wynkoop of the necessity, and Wynkoop ordered them 
under sail. The former made report of the facts the 
same day. from Crown Point to General Horatio Gates 
at Ticonderoga. Wynkoop also reported the facts the 
same day to General Gates, and maintained that Arnold 
should not have issued orders to the captains directly ; 
that himself was to be independent of all, except the 
Commander-in-Chief. 1 

August IS, 177(3. General Gates ordered Arnold to put 
Wynkoop under arrest, and send him prisoner to head- 
quarters at Ticonderoga. The same day he wrote to 
General Schuyler urging the dismissal of Wynkoop from 
the service. And the day following he wrote again to 
General Arnold, urging no longer delay in the arrest of 
Wynkoop. 2 

Meanwhile, on the 19th, General Arnold had written to 
General Gates, that he had ordered Wynkoop to head- 
quarters, and he wished it might be considered proper to 
permit him to return home, without being cashiered. On 
the following dav Gates wrote to Schuvler that he had 
given a pass to "W ynkoop to Albany ; and that he must, 
on no account, be sent to Ticonderoga. Schuyler replied 
from Albany, that Wynkoop was to remain there. 5 

On the 27th, W^ynkoop memorialized Congress, and 
Schuyler transmitted the memorial two days later, saying 
that Wynkoop was brave and industrious, and equal to 
the command of the vessels on the lakes when he had 
recommended him ; but he did not know him sufficiently 
to judge whether he was equal to the present command, 
and he had therefore heard of General Arnold's appoint- 
ment with great satisfaction. 4 

On the same day Schuyler wrote to Gates in the same 
sense. 5 

Wynkoop is said to have been reinstated in the com- 
mand in March. 1777, and to have retained it until the 
evacuation of Ticonderoga. 6 

August 6, 1777, Wynkoop communicated with the 
Council of Safety, with regard to arrangement of accounts 

1 Force's American Archives, Fifth Series. Vol. 1, pp. 1002, 1275, 1003, 
1276. 

2 As above, pp. 1051, 1277. 1218, 1073. 

3 As above, pp. 1277, 1073. 

4 As above, pp. 1135, 1217. 

5 As above, pp. 1221. 1222. 
* E. B. O'Callaghan, M. D. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 65 

of himself, and of the men serving under him as Commo- 
dore.' 

October 12, 1777, he was ordered to take command 
of the cannon at Kingston; and in the fall of that year 
and the spring following, he was employed in raising 
the Lady Washington galley, which had sunk at King- 
ston. In May, 1778, he was ordered, by General Conway, 
to Coeyman's, to rig out and put iu readiness the 
sloops and batteaux destined for defense of Hudson's 
River." 

In May, 1779, his pay was declared to be that of a Cap- 
tain of a Continental frigate. July 25, 1780, his pay was 
stopped. January 24, 1783, he claimed that there was 
due him a balance of £956 6s. Sd. Resolution of the Con- 
tinental Congress, April 19, 1782, referred the matter to 
the State of New York. 2 

Captain Wynkoop obtained from the State of New York 
in 1790, 500 acres in lot 51, township of Manlius ; 500 
acres in lot 53, township of Locke ; 500 acres in lot 59, 
township of Ovid. Petition dated Kingston, January 24, 
1783. 2 

In 1787 he was the master of the brig Esopus, plying 
between Kingston and the West Indies, and belonging to 
Dirck Wynkoop, No. u 156." 

122. Femmetje.— Baptized October 19, 1726. 3 (Phebe). 

123. Benjamin. — A twin. Baptized December 21, 1729. 3 In- 
termarried with Catharine Boel, September 25, 1755. 4 

124. Cornelius, — Baptized December 21, 1729. 3 He intermar- 
ried with Abigail Osburne, of Fairfield, Conn., March 12, 
1758. 5 

125. Anna.— Baptized July 29, 1733. 3 

Children of Abraham, No. 42, and of Esther Fisher, 

126. Phebe. — Born October 28, 1729 ; was married to John 
Vining. He was of Delaware, a gentleman of dis- 
tinction under the proprietory government. They left 
two children ; Mary, possessed of more than ordinary wit 



1 Force's Am. Archives, 5th Series, Vol. 1, p. 495. 
- E. B. O'Callaghan, M. D. 

3 N. Y. Church Records. 

4 Corp. .Man., N. Y., 1862, p. 051. 

6 Fairfield, Coirn., Church Records. 

* Hannah Logan Smith's Hook, pp. 243, 244. See No. "42." 
9 



66 WYNKOOP GKENEALOGY. 

and beauty, a celebrated belle of the last century, who 
died unmarried in 1821; and John, who was for many 
years a Representative in Congress. He intermarried with 
Mary, daughter of William Seaton, of New York; and left 
four sons, all of whom died young. 1 
127. Benjamin. — Born November 23,1734; intermarried with 
Sarah Wooddrop Sims, daughter of Joseph and Ann 
Sims, May 18, 17G7. He died September 2, 1803, and his 
wife December 31, 1814, aged 63. He was buried, with 
several of his children, at the corner of Pine and Third 
streets Philadelphia. 

In 1788, Benjamin was a member of the Rumseian 
Society, Philadelphia, and of its committee of correspond- 
ence. 2 This society had for its subject, the invention of 
James Ruinsey, in connection with steam engines. 



Children of Benjamin, No. 43, and of Eunice Burr. 

128. Benjamin. — Baptized April 9, 1732. 3 He intermarried 
with Grissel Frost, March 6, 1754, at Fairfield, Conn. 4 
(Diminutive of Griselda). 

Of Benjamin, Alonzo litis Wynkoop, No. " 466," says : 
"My grandfather was married at Fairfield, Conn., 
where grandmother's friends lived. His wife was Gris- 
sel, daughter of Jabez Frost. Grandfather evidently 
settled in Fairfield, as my father's record is that all his 
brothers and sisters were living there at the time of 
the Revolution. Grandfather was drowned during that 
period, 1782." 

129. Catharine.— Baptized September 21, 1735. 4 Was married 
May 1, 1754, to Gideon Wellis. 4 Alonzo said that one of 
his own great aunts was married to a Mr. Wells. 

130. Eunice. — Baptized April 8, 1739. 4 Of her, Alonzo said: 
" I think one of my great aunts was married to a Mr. 
Smedley ; that they lived at Canandaigua, and had but 
one child, a daughter." There was a James Smedley, 
one of the distributors of the estate of Judge Peter 
Burr, grandfather of this Eunice. 



1 William F. Corbit, Ass'd Press Office, Philadelphia. 

2 Doc. Hist, N. Y., Vol. 2, p. 1038. 
s New York Church Records. 

4 Fairfield, Conn., Church Records. 



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g>ixtt} (TSrncvatton. 

Children of Cornelius C, No. 55, and of Maria C. Roel, or Ruhl. 

131. John C— Baptized January 21, 170J. 1 Died July 25, 179G. 2 
Bis wife was Lydia Silvester. He was an Attorney-at- 
Law at Kingston, and was Postmaster there June 30, 
1790, as appears by his signature in a newspaper, to a list 
of letters. He was blind before his death. 

In his will dated June 30,1790, proven May 13, 1797, 
he mentioned his children Peter, Adrian, Henry, Catha- 
rine, Jane, Ann Maria ; his father-in-law Peter Silvester; 
and his brothers-in-law Francis and Cornelius Silvester. 3 

132. Maria.— Baptized July 4, 1702. 1 

133. Catharina.— Baptized November 20, 1703. 1 Wife of Jona- 
than Hasbrouclv. Their daughter Catharina was baptized 
September 2, 1787 ; and their son Abraham Bruyn, Decem- 
ber 18, 1791. The latter was President of Iviitgers College, 
New Brunswick, from 1840 until 1850. Another son. 
Augustus, was baptized October 5, 1795. 4 Jonathan Has- 
brouck had a brother Abraham, whose daughter Helen 
was married to Henry Sharpe, son of Abraham Sharpe; 
and the son of Henry and Helen is General George Henry 
Sharpe, late Surveyor of the Port of Xew York. 

134.. George Pietersen. — Baptized July 17, 1705. 1 He was 
named after a physician of Montgomery, N. Y. 

135. Anna Sabina.— Baptized July 13, 1706. 1 She was named 
after Sabine, a physician in Xew York. She was wife of 
Henry H. Schoon maker. (See Xo. "71.") Baptisms of their 
children are recorded as follows : Hezekiah, March 27, 
1791 ; Cornelius, May 23, 1794 ; Jonathan, Xovember 12, 
1790; Augustus, May 2. 1799; Henry, August 21,1802- 
John Wvnkoop, November 3, 1805 ; Jesse, March 5, 1809. 4 

136. Elizabeth.— Baptized December 3, 1709. 1 

137. Cornelius.— Baptized May 24, 1772. 1 Died single. 

138. Henrietta. — Baptized March 23, 1775. 4 She was married 
to Dr. Henry Van Solingen, and died about 1802. 

139. Augustus. — B. September 10,1777; d. July 3, 1830; m. 
January 27, 1808, Ann Maria S/lvester, who was born (/ 
February 26, 1780, died May 1, 1825. 5 



! New York Church Records. 
- Kingston Tombstone. 

3 Kingston Book B, p. 426. 

4 Kingston Church Records. 

6 Francis S. Wynkoop, New York. 



68 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Petrus, No. 56, and of Jane Hardenburgh. 

140. Jane. — Baptized September 22, 1776. l The record calls 
her Janneke. 

141. Peter P. — Baptized January 25, 1779. His wife was Anna 
Boosa. His last will, as of Hurley, dated September 7, 
1846, was proven June 12, 1818. 2 

Children of Cornelius D., No. 62, and of Leah Du Bois. 

142. Derick C— Born April 4, 1763; died October 5, 1838. 
His wife was Elizabeth Sparling. His last will, of Hurley, 
dated September 24, 1838, was proven December 27, 

1838. 3 

143. Leah.— Born April 9, 1766. 1 She was the wife of Abra- 
ham Ten Eyck De Witt, M.D., son of Andries De Witt, 
of Marbletown. They had children, Jane, wife of H. C. 
Hornbeck, and Blandina, wife of Alexander Storey. 

Children of Cornelius D., No. 62, and of Anne Gansevoort. 

144. Gertrude. — Born December 26, 1781. She died in infancy. 
(See Gertrude below.) 

145 Herman Gansevoort. — Born December 16, 1785. He is 
mentioned as a druggist, at 124 Market street, Albany, in 

1813. 4 He died at Albany, March 3, 1854. 4 

146. Gertrude Magdalene. — Baptized November 29, 1788. 1 She 
probably died in infancy. 

Children of Derick D., No. 64, and of Sarah Eltinge. 

147. Gertrude. — Married Xovember, 1790, David Golden, sixth 
child of Cadwaliader Golden and Elizabeth Ellison. Af- 
ter his death, she became wife of his brother Alexander, 
fourth child. They lived at Coldenham. 5 

148. Cornelia. — Wife of Peter Eltinge. They were parents of 
Edmund Eltinge, of Xew Paltz. 

Children of Petrus, No. 77, and of Mary Van Alstyne. 

149. John.— Born August 11, 1779; died September 2, 1799, 6 
of yellow fever, at Philadelphia. Unmarried. 

1 Kingston Church Keeords. 

2 Kingston Book K, p. 665. 

3 Kingston Book I, p. 366. 

4 Annals of Albany, Vol. 6, p. 324. 

5 N. Y. Geneal. & Biog. Soc. Kecord, Vol. IV., p. 177, 
" Family Bible of Johannes, Xo. " 16." 






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WTNKOOP GENEALOGY, 69 

150. Martin.— Bom January 31, L781; died June 28, 1821. 1 
Be was unmarried, and died at Kingston, where his tomb- 
stone stands. 

151. Peter.— Bom August 28, 1783 ;* died at New Orleans, 
unmarried. 

152. Abram.- Horn March 26, 1786; died at Kingston, March 
23, L868. 1 He intermarried with Maria Van Steenburgh, 
January 10, 1838. 

153. Catharine.— Born October 9, 1788; died March, 1862. 1 
Unmarried. 

154. Benjamin. — Born July 10, 1791; died August 15, 1821. 1 
His tombstone is in the Kingston graveyard. 

Children of Evert, No. 80, and of Arriaantje Schepmoes. 

155. Cornelius.— Born March 1, 1731; died April 21, 1741. 2 

156. Dirck, Judge. — Born October 15, 1732; married Tjaatje 
(No. " 70"), November 1, 1754, and died December 9,' 1796. 
Tjaatje, (Charity), was born November 19, 1731; died 
November 17, 1757. December 13, 1760, he intermarried 
witli Sarah, born December 8, 1737, daughter of Petrus 
Smedes. 

Dirk seems to be the proper spelling of this name. The 
Judge, howxver, uniformly wrote his name with the " c," 
and lie was so addressed by his friends and compatriots. 
But in this family the spelling has beeu usually Derick, 
as to other members of the same name, down to the pres- 
ent time. 

He was an Associator of Kingston, May 29, 1775. 3 On 
the 5th of November, of the same year, he was chosen 
Deputy to the New York Provincial Convention. 3 In 
Committee of Safety, October 11, 1776, he was appointed 
Inspector of Flour, at Kingston. 4 

Judge Wynkoop was an estimable gentleman, and one 
of the most active and noted persons in Ulster County 
during the Revolution. He was a member of the Com- 
mittee of Safety, and of the Second Provincial Congress, 
which met at New York, November 14, 1775. By an 
ordinance of the Convention of 1777, he was appointed a 
Judge of the Common Pleas of Ulster Count}, associate 
of Levi Pawling, First Judge. He was a member of the 
New York Assembly, 1780-1. Prom 1783, he was for ten 



1 Family Bible of Johannes, No. " 16." 
- Family Bible of ('apt. Evert, No. "80." 

3 Jour. N. Y. Prov. Con., Vol. 1, p. 32, and p. 189. 

4 Force's Amer. Ar., 5th Series, Vol. 3, p. 239. 



70 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

years First Judge of the county. In 1788 lie was a mem- 
ber of the State Convention to which was submitted the 
Federal Constitution. 1 

The JSew York Convention, October 15, 1776, adopted 
a preamble, reciting that the records of the city and 
county of New York, and of the county and borough of 
Westchester, were in private hands in the county of West- 
chester, and unsafe because of the enemy having landed 
in that county, and appointed William Miller, Theodore 
Bartow, and John Cozine commissioners, to remove, witli 
all possible expedition, the records to Kingston, Ulster 
county, and there place them in care of Dirck Wynkoop, 
Abram Hasbrouck, and Christopher Tappen, (see ]STo. 
"75") ; and empowered them to call for a guard to protect 
the removal. 2 

The Committee of Safety, through order signed John 
McKesson, Fishkiil, October 17, 1776, sent the papers of 
the late Eeceiver-Generars office, to the same per sous, at 
Kingston, with instructions to take care equal to, or even 
greater than, that used with the other public records. 3 

On the lOtk of October of the following year, the Com- 
mittee of Safety directed Abram Hasbrouck, Joseph 
Gasherie, Dirck Wynkoop, Jr., Christopher Tappen, and 
Samuel Bayard, Jr., who had charge of the public records 
of the Colony, which had been deposited at Kingston in 
June, 1776, to remove the property in their custody to 
Rochester [Ulster county]. In case of necessity, Judge 
Wynkoop and Oke Suydam were to impress teams. On 
the 16th of the same month, the British burned Kingston, 
in revenge, because the Convention had met there, in 
April, 1777, and adopted a Constitution. Some of the 
public papers, in Mr. Bancker's charge, at Judge Wyn- 
koop's house, on the corner of Pearl and Fair streets, were 
removed only a few minutes before a party of the Bed- 
coats began to plunder the buildings. 4 

Governor George Clinton, Poughkeepsie, May 4, 1778, 
wrote to Judge Wynkoop, of a contribution from Charles- 
ton, S. C, of £927 17s. 16r/., for the Kingston sufferers, and 
of his own purpose to grant exemptions to mechanics 
from ordinary militia service, when they would work at 
reasonable wages in rebuilding. 3 



1 Coll. Uls. Hist. Soc, Vol. 1, pp. 69 and 120. 

2 Foice's Airier. Ar., 3d Series, Vol. 3, pp. 247, 248, 31, 23, 138. 

3 Paper in the possession of the Compiler. 

4 Collections of Uls. Hist. Soc., Vol. 1, p. 129. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 71 

Dirk was Assistant State Agent in 1781, as appears 
from documents in possession of the Compiler. 
' In 1787-89, .Judge Wynkoop was owner of the brig' Eso- 
pns, trading between Kingston and the West Indies, of 
which Jacobus Wynkoop, (No. "121"), was at one time 
master. 

"J. Van Rensselaer, Chairman of Republican Committee, 
Albany, April 23, 1789, wrote to Joseph G-asherie, Dirck 
Wynkoop, and Christopher Tappen, Kingston Republican 
Committee, urging efforts for the re-election of Governor 
Clinton. 1 

William H. Dederick, of Kingston, says of Judge Wyn- 
koop : " He was a member of the Consistory of the First 
Reformed Church of Kingston, a number of times. This 
seems to have been a characteristic of the family. In the 
many records I have examined, I can not forbear saying, 
I have found no parallel." 

His last will, dated August 28, 1794, was proven Febru 
ary 18, 1797, and is recorded at Kingston, Book B, p. 382. 

His tombstone, in good preservation, stands beside 
that of his father, in the yard of the First Reformed 
Church, Kingston. 

His silver box, for smoking tobacco, embossed with the 
representation of a Holland feast, descended to the Com- 
piler. 

157. Peter.— Born November 16, 1739 ; died August 10, 1716V 

Another son was born August 22 ; died August 27, 
1713. 2 

158. Cornelius E. — Born July 4, 1746. Intermarried with Cor- 
nelia Manscius, August 22, 1766. 3 Died September 19, 
1795, and was buried at the new church at Marbletown. 

He was, April 7, 1775, member of the Committee from 
Marbletown to choose Deputies to the Provincial Conven- 
tion of New York ; was an Associator of Marbletown in 
June, 1775, and Captain of the South East District, first 
company, town of Marbletown, September 19, 1775 ; was 
Second Major of the Minute Men of Ulster, under com- 
mission issued October 25, 1775. ' 

In 1778, the Legislature of New York passed an Act for 
the detection and defeat of conspiracies. Under this Act 
Cornelius E. Wynkoop was appointed with Messrs. Piatt, 



1 Paper in possession of the Compiler. 

1 Family Bible of Capt. Evert, No. "80." 

3 Corp. Man. N. Y., Valentine, 1862, p. 651. 

1 .lour. N. Y. Prov. Convention, Vol. 1, pp. 21, 34, 151, 38, 178. 



72 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Harper, and Can tine as Commissioners. On the 3d of 
August in that year ? in a communication to Lieutenant- 
Colonel Aaron Burr, they speak of the bearer, Cornelius 
E. Wynkoop, as one of the board, to whom they refer for 
such particulars as it may be necessary to adjust, to ena- 
ble them, the more effectually, to convey unfriendly per- 
sons within the enemy's lines in future. 1 

His house at Stone Ridge, Marbletown, Ulster County, 
is at the present time a handsome and commodious build- 
ing, and was superior to the houses of its date, 1772. 

Children of Cornelius, No. 82, and of Anne Schoonmaker. 

159. Anne. — Baptized February 6, 1732, 2 Antje. She was 
married to Philip Swartwout, October 15, 1749. The rec- 
ord describes her as born and living at Rochester, and him 
as born and living at Minnesinck, Orange County. 

160. Jacobus. — The Church Records of Rochester, Ulster 
County, show the baptism, between 1759 and 1778, of ten 
children of Jacobus Wynkoop and Janneke Aosterhout. 
It is here assumed that such Jacobus was a son of Corne- 
lius above. 

Jacobus, in 1778, joined in a petition of the inhabitants 
of Rochester, for protection against the Indians. 3 

Children of Evert, No. 83, and of Sarah Decker. 

161. Johannes. — Baptized February 9, 1755. 2 Died in infancy. 

162. Maria, or Marytje. — Baptized May 31, 1757. 4 She was 
married to Gerrit Becker, April 16, 1780. 5 Children: 
Eva, b. January 6, 1781 ; Evert, b, November 10, 1782 ; 
James, b. October 20, 1791. 6 

163. Johannes. — Born June 18, 1759. Intermarried March 21, 
1791, with Harriet Bartlett, who was born November 22, 
1768, and died February 13, 1817. He died February 3, 
1813. He lived at Bethlehem ; afterward at Cohoes Falls. 

164. Catharina.— Baptized April 12, 1762. 4 

165. Eliza.— Baptized September 8, 1764. 4 

166. Elisha.— Born September 18, 1766. Died a bachelor. 
According to another account he was born in 1758, and 
lost his life during the war. 



1 Davis' Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Vol. 1, pp. 13*2, 133, 131. 

2 Kingston Church Records. 

3 Collections of Ulster Hist. Soc, Vol. 1, p. 58. 

4 Caatsbaan Church Eecords, Saugerties. 
s Albany Church Eecords. 

ti First Settlers Albany Co., page 51. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 73 

167. Deborah.— BaptizedJanuary 13, 1768. 1 Died unmarried. 

168. Joshua. — Bora September 19, 1770. Intermarried with 
Margaret Araout or Arnold, who was born June 10, 1770. 
He lived and died at Bethlehem, Albany County. 

. Children of Evert, No. 90, and of Aaltje Meyer. 

169. Hezekiah. — Born June 9, 1766 Intermarried with Eliza- 
beth Dederick. Died February 28, 1856. His will, of 
Saugerties, 1 753, proven May 12, 1756, mentions his daugh- 
ters, Sally ; Elsje, deceased, wife of John P. Kemple ; and 
Maria ; and his sons Henry and Everett H. 2 

170. Sarah.— Baptized January 13, 1768. She was married 
November 19, 1799, to Paul Van Steenberg. The record 
describes her as a young woman, and him as a widower. 1 
She died July 31, 1832. They had children: Alida, born 
April 25, 1802 ; Thomas, born October 27, 1804 ; Lucre- 
tia, born September 19, 1811. x Thomas intermarried with 
Leah Hommel, and Lucretia was married to Jacob Meyer. 

171. Henry. — Baptized September 19, 1769. Intermarried with 
Ann Loew, called also Arriaantje, about 1789. 

His last will as Hendrikus, dated May 20, 1828, proven 
August 25, 1828, mentions his wife Annetje Loew, and 
his children Evert, Hezekiah, Aaltje, wife of Henry 
Schoonmaker, Jr., Ann, Tjerck, and Henry. 

172. William, — Baptized August 9, 1773. Intermarried with 
Maria Trombour, July 3, 1796. The record describes him 
as a young man and her as a young woman. 1 

173. Maria. — Baptized October 7, 1776. 1 

174. Catharine. — Baptized September 19, 1779. She died 
single. Her last will, of Saugerties, dated March 13, 1857, 
proven November 11, 1859, speaks of herself as a boarder 
in the family of John P. Kimball. 3 

Children of Hezekiah, No. 94, and of Maria Myers. 

175. Sarah.— Baptized September 6, 1775. 1 She was married 
to Merchant Lawrence, June 7, 1791 The record de- 
scribes her as a young woman, aud him as a widower. 1 
He was from Connecticut, and died in Greene County, 
New York. They had children : Maria, born February 
18, 1795; u Clerk," or (perhaps Tjerck Dirk), born March 
22, 1797; Evert, born January 9, l 1799.> 

1 Caatsbaan Church Records. 
3 Kingston Book N, p. 363. 
3 Kingston Book N, p. 731. 
10 



74 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

176. Leah. — Baptized October 5, 1777. 1 She was married to 
Roswell Lawrence, a half-brother of Merchant Lawrence. 
They had four children: Wynkoop, who lives in Chemung 
County ; Albert, who lives in Ontario County, and inter- 
married with a Myers, and afterward with Margaret Britt, 
a granddaughter of Peter Britt, (see No. " 97 ") ; Lewis, 
who intermarried with Margaret Peck, whose mother is a 
daughter of Peter Britt, and who lives in Sullivan County ; 
and Maria, who was married to Henry Wells, and lives 
in Newtown, about eight miles from Elniira. 2 

177. Tobias. — Baptized May 3, 1780. 1 He intermarried with 
Maria Suydam, who was commonly known as Polly Suy- 
dam. Afterward with Elizabeth Van Steenburgh, a 
widow. He lived at Saugerties. 

(78. Evert. — Baptized November 7, 1784. 1 He intermarried 
with Polly Allen, who was living at Palenville, Greene 
County, in May, 1868, aged seventy-five. He died March 
3, 1855. His last will, of Saugerties, dated January 24, 
1845, was proven May 14, 1855. 3 

Children of William, No. 96, and of Charity Schermerhorn. 

179. Hannah. — Born February 9, 1778. Married September 1, 
1796, to Benjamin Wynkoop, No. " 249 » 4 

180. Jane.— Married to Philip McConald. They died child- 
less, at Newtown, Chemung County. 

Children of Tobias, No. 99, and of Jane Schermerhorn. 

181. Cornelius.— Baptized December 23, 1781. 1 He intermar- 
ried with his cousin, Alida Sharp. They lived and died 
in Ulster County. 

182. Nelly.— Baptized November 7, 1784, 1 "Neeltje." She 
was married to John Kiersted. They have three children, 
who live in Ulster County : Wynkoop, born May 18, 1818 ; 
James, born December 2, 1821, J and Tobias. 

183. " Decola."— Baptized January 11, 1789. 1 

Children of Petrus, No. 100, and of Magdalen Bear. 

184. Anna.— Known as Antje. Born October 26, 1784. Mar- 
ried to William Fiero, November 2, 1802. They had three 
children ; Magdalene, born February 5, 1806, married to 
Philip Edington, April 5, 1825 ; Caroline, born February 



1 Caatabaan Church Records. 

2 Bradley Wynkoop, No. " 366." 

3 Kingston Book N, p. 245. 

4 Alonzo Ilus Wynkoop, No. " 466." 



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p 24, 1811, married to James 0. Henderson, November 13, 
1832; Peter, born November 12, 1814, died June 20, 1816. 
Anna survived her husband and was still livingin 1807. 

185. Leah.— Born December 7, 1786 ; married to Abram Post; 
died December 3, 1847. Her husband was still living in 
1.807, aged 84. They had four children: Magdalene; 
Abraham, born August 5, 1810/ intermarried with Eliza 
Blossom, and lives at Dundee, Yates County, having- five 
children ; John, who intermarried with Adelaide Schoon- 
maker, of New York City, and has two children, all living 
at Flint Creek, Ontario County; and Peter. 

186. Tobias. — Born December 9, 1789; died September 28, 
1793. 

187. Caroline.— Born October 15, 1792; died January 21, 1811. 
She was married to Thomas Waugh, and they had chil- 
dren : Ira, born April 20, 1812 ; John, born January 16. 
1815 ; Peter, born September 26, 1818, intermarried with 
Emily A. Wooten, of Chattahoochee, Florida — in 1867 was 
proprietor of Mount Eagle Hotel, Saratoga; Adeline, 
born September 21, 1820, died July 31, 1852 ; Catharine, 
born September 26, 1822, married to John Brocklebank ; 
Hiel, born April 30, 1825, intermarried with Olivia Rider, 
of Georgia, and lives there ; James, born March 7, 1829, 
died March 18, 1830. 

188. Catharine.— Born June 17, 1794; married to James 
Purdy ; died September 12, 1818. 

189. Tobias. — Bom July 18, 1797. 1 Intermarried with Eleanor 
Welsh, and lived in Illinois, where his wife died about 
1866. He removed to Georgia in the fall of 1868. 

190. Adam.— Born July 5, 1800; intermarried with Marion 
Childs. Thev live in Ontario County. 

191. Peter.— A twin. ) Born December 26, 1803. 1 Died in 

192. William. — A twin. J infancy. 

193. John.— Born December 10, 1804, at Catskill ; was re- 
moved to Seneca, Ontario County, in 1810 ; intermarried 
April 18, 1829, with Elizabeth Spaun, who was born in 
Albany County, January 18, 1808. He had a farm of 200 
acres. He died October 9, 1866. 

Children of John, No. 101, and of Catharine Van Meter. 

194. Cornelius.— Born May 24, 1758 ; died August, 1758. 

195. Isaac. — Born August 1,1759; intermarried with Rachel 
Van Cleve, of New Jersey ; d. March 18, 1825. 

196. Cornelius. — Born June 18, 1762 ; intermarried with Mar- 



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76 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

garet Fulton, of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 
whose mother's maiden name was Yerkes. He lived at 
Moreland, Pennsylvania, and died about 1843 or 7 4. 

197. Abraham.— Born April 7, 1765 ; intermarried with Euth 
Hayr : removed to the neighborhood of Lockport, New 
York • died March 23, 1841. 

198. Rebecca. — Born August 28, 1768 ; m. to Hogeland, 

by whom she had no child. After his death she was mar- 
ried to George Fetter, who is otherwise called Casper 
Fetters, by whom she had three sons and five daughters. 

Children of Gerardus, No. 109, and of Elizabeth Bennet. 

199. Isaac. — He served in the Eevolutionary War, and was 
taken prisoner at New York. After enduring much star- 
vation and other suffering, he reached his father's house, 
almost a skeleton. He lived and died near Trentoii, New 
Jersey. Was twice married ; Phebe Jones was one of his 
wives. /u<6<~^c-^ /fajazu, *<;** ^cz&^c^y . 

200. John. — Born April 6, 1766 ; intermarried with Anna 
Feaster; died August 20, 1813. His wife was born Feb- 
ruary 4, 1766; died 1803. 

201. Gerrit.— Intermarried with Ann Strickland, whose father 
Miles Strickland, of Bucks County, Penn., was of Eng- 
lish parentage. Gerrit's father gave him a farm in 
Centre County, Penn's Valley, where he lived until his 
death, of consumption, in middle life. His wife died in 
1833, aged 69. 

202. Matthew. — Intermarried with Thomasine Stockholm. 

203. David. — His first wife was Ann McNair; the second, by 
whom he had no children, was Mary Van Horn. He re- 
presented Bucks Comity, Penn., in the Legislature six or \ 
seven successive vears. Was a farmer. 

204. William.— Born " June 25,1778; died July 8, 1833. In- 
termarried with Mary Langstroth, April 13, 1801. 

205. Susan. — She was married to Rev. David Wiley, of the 
Presbyterian Church, Georgetown, D. C. Her daughter 
is Susan, wife of Isaac Baker, of Princeton, N. J. Their 
daughter, Elizabeth Bose, is wife of Be v. Dr. Joseph Tut- 
hill Duryea, of the Claasson Avenue Presbyterian Church, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

206. Elizabeth. — Married to Stephen Bose, of the neighbor- 
hood of Trenton, N. J She died without children. 

Children of Adrian, No. 110, and of Sarah Randell. 

207. Elizabeth. — Married Lucas. Settled in Stephen- 
son County, ID. They had two sons, Adrian and Wil- 
liam, farmers. 



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208. Sarah. — Married Jones. Settled in Jefferson 

County, V;i. Children: Adrian; Mary, wife of Joseph 
Randell ; and Surah, wife of William Kearney. All of 
the same county. 

209. Hannah.— Married William Lemon, farmer. Lived and 
died in Berkeley County. Children : Adrian and Sarah, 
living; Margaret, dead. 

210. Garrett.— Intermarried with Sarah Martin, of Bucks 
County. Penu., and settled in what was then a part of 
Frederick County, Va., but now Berkeley County, W. Va. 
He had a farm adjoining his father's. 

Children of James, No. Ill, and of Hester Peterson. 

211. Mary.— B. March 10, 1778; m. in 1807 to Isaac Cannell, of 
Chestertown, Kent County, Md., and died the same year. 

There were two sous of James and Hester : one b. Sep- 
tember 4, 1781 ; died next evening ; the other b. Septem- 
ber 29, 1782 ; died next evening. 

212. Hester Cathalena.— B. March 5, 1781; m. to Richard Bar- 
roll, of Chestertown ; d. 1812, leaving two daughters, 
Ann Matilda, first wife of Rev. John Payne, Episcopal 
Bishop in Africa, and Mary Catholena, wife of Edward 
Johnson, of Baltimore. Mrs. Johuson has been living at 
Jackson, Miss. 

213. Harriet Grace. — B. October 5, 1786 ; d. 1812, unmarried. 

Children of Henry, No. 113, and of Susannah Wanshaer. 

214. Christina.— B. August 18, 1763; m. April 20, 1786, to Dr. 
Reading Beatty, of Newtown, Bucks County, Peun. ; d. 
at Abington, May 18, 1841. 

215. Ann. — B. October 18, 1765; m. August 17, 1790, to James 
Raguet ; d. July 23, 1815. They had two sons, James and 
Henry, and one daughter, Claudine. James intermarried 
with Miss Vanuxen, and removed to Steubenville, Ohio, 
and thence to Wisconsin ; they had several sons and 
daughters. Henry intermarried with Miss Towers, and 
had three sons and daughters. Henry removed to Cin- 
cinnati, and thence to Texas, before it had achieved its 
independence. His eldest son was Conde, of whom an 
account is given in the American Encyclopedia. One of 
Henry's daughters is wife of Leonard Mortimer Thorn, of 
New York. The family motto has been obtained, by the 
Coinniler, from a piece of silver ware in her possession. 

216. Margaretta.— B. January 22, 1768 ; m. November 24, 1789, 
to Herman J. Loinbaert, a merchant of Philadelphia, 
where he died, of yellow fever, August 29, 1793, aged 



78 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

thirty-seven. He is said to have been of remarkable 
cultivation and accomplishment. 

217. Nicholas.— Physician ; b. March 25, 1770; d. March 30, 
1815, at Brookville, Montgomery County, Md., where he 
had been practicing medicine for some years, and was 
buried at Sandy Spring Meeting House. Intermarried 
April 11, 1793, with Francenia, eldest daughter of Gen. 
Francis Murray and Martha Gamble. She died about 
1799 : and October 15, 1800, he intermarried with Sarah, 
d. of George Campbell and Helen Donaldson. She died 
August 21, 1837. George Campbell was Recorder of 
Deeds, Philadelphia. 

Nicholas practiced medicine at Northampton, Bucks 
County, Penn., and afterward at Brookville, Md., as above 
stated. (See deed bv him to his father, Register's Office, 
ST. Y., L. 49, p. 60.) 

218. Maria Helena.— B. April 30, 1772; d. February 25, 1809; 
m. July 9, 1793, to Christian Wirtz, son of Christian Wirtz 
and Margaret Houson. He was a merchant of Philadel- 
phia. His death was April 27, 1809. 

219. John Wanshaer.— B. July 11, 1774; <#., of yellow fever, 
September 6, 1793, while prosecuting law studies. 

220. Jonathan.— B. June 21, 1776; d. February 21, 1842, at 
Newtown, Bucks County, on the paternal estate ; inter- 
married April 27, 1809, with Ann Dick, d. of Campbell 
Dick and Margaret Lesle. 

Child of Henry, No. 113, and of Sarah Newkirk. 

221. Susannah.— B. April 11, 1784; m. October 3, 1808, to John 
Lefferts, son of Arthur Lefferts and Adriana Van Arsdale. 
They removed to the neighborhood of Lake Seneca, ET. Y., 
where their descendants now live. 

Child of Gerrit, No. 115, and of Ann Horn. 

222. Margaret. — W. of George M. Woodward, of Burlington 
County, N. J., who died there in 1850, aged sixty-five. 
She was still living there in 1868, aged seventy-six, hav- 
ing six children living. 

Children of Philip, No. 117, and of Caty Van Horn. 

223. Henry. — Intermarried with ^^-^ Hogeland ; afterward 
with Henrietta Shelmire, born Fetter; she died March 
23, 1869, in her seventy-third year. In 1870, Henry 
was living in Huntington Valley, Montgomery County, 
Penn. 



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224. Henrietta. — />. 1842, aged forty-six. 

225. John.— />. L837, aged tlrirty-seveu. 

226. Garret. -/>. 1862, aged sixty. 

227. William.—/). 1852, aged forty-eight. 

228. Mary. 

229. Margaret, 

230. Ann. 

231. Catharine. 

Children of Jacobus, No 121, and of Alida Myers. 

232. Cornelius— B. March 17, 1756; d. February 2, 1763. The 

record in the family bible of Jacobus, calls the mother 
Cathlina ; in the record of baptism of the child, Dutch 
Church, New York City, March 24, 1756, she is called 
Alida Coens, [d. of Conrad ?] ; but the descendants at Al- 
bany call her Alida Myers. 

233. Elizabeth.— B. March 19, 1758 ; m. to Garret A. Lansing 
December 26, 1776. Children : Abraham, b. December 
6, 1777; Abraham, b. January 3, 1782; James Wynkoop 
b. April 20, 1783; James Wynkoop, b. July 19, 1784 
Gerrit, b. July 20, 1 785 ; Alida, b. January 19, ±787 ; Eliza 
beth, b. December 30, 1788 ; James, b. April 2, 1791 
Abraham, b. February 10, 1793 ; Cornelia, b. \bap. f] Decern 
ber 25, b. September 10, 1794; John, b. March 10, 1797 
Robert, b. May 6, 1800 ; Sarah, b. September, 1802. 1 

234. Sarah. — B. July 27, 1760 ; m. to Isaac Fonda, November 
22, 1779, and to Asa Douglas, August 25, 1801. The rec- 
ord of her baptism. New York, has her mother's name 
Koens, [d. of Koen, i. e. Conrad] ; with William Koens as 
a witness. 

235. Cornelius J. — B. August 25, 1763; intermarried Decem- 
ber 12, 1789, with Mary Forsey.' 2 His second wife was 
Ann D. Wandelis or De Wander, it is said. 

236. James. —B. March 9,1769; d. January 21, 1821; inter- 
married with Catalina Dunbar, February 11, 1791. 3 She 
was born at Albany, November 28, 1770, and died June 
15, 1838." His last will was dated October 26, 1819 ; re- 
corded February 28, 1821. 5 

237. Alida— B. September 8, 1772; m. to Jonathan Eights, a 
physician at Albany, who was born there November 26, 

1 First Settlers, Albany Co., p. 72. 

2 See Records Mar., Dutch Church, Albauy ; and L. 14, p. 310, Deeds, Al- 
bany. 

3 Albauy Church Records. 

* Annals of Albany, Vol. 10. p. 341 ; Vol. 6, p. 198. 
1 Albany Surrogate's office, L.5, p. 257. 



80 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

1773, and died August 10, 1848 -, 1 son of Abraham Eights 
and Catharina Broecks. Alida died May 15, 1849, 2 

Children of Cornelius, No. (24, and of Abigail Osburne, 

238. Elizabeth.— Ba/p. New York, August 24, 1759 ; the record 
has the mother's name Aesbeen. She was probably the 
person whose death, June 16, 1836, while she was a 
member of the First Congregational Society, Fairfield, 
Fairfield County, Conn., is recorded by the name of " Miss 
Betsey Wynkoop." 

239. Jacobus Van der Spiegel.— Bap. October 2, 1767. While 
living at Fairfield, he there intermarried with Sarah 
Price, of Greenfield, April 20, 1788. 

Children of Benjamin, No. 127, and of Sarah Wooddrop Sims. 

240. Joseph.— B. December 3, 1768 ; d. March 24, 1814. 

241. Esther.— B. May 18, 1771; d. November 20, 1774. 

242. Sarah.— B. May 15, 1773 ; d. September 24, 1777. 

243. Ann.— B. December 30, 1775; d. June 18, 1849. 

244. Benjamin.— B. November 15, 1778; d, September 10, 1789. 

245. Abraham.— B. June 1, 1782 ; d. January 30, 1852 ^inter- 
married with Hannah Norman, March 28, 1807, d. of 
Joseph Norman. 

246. Wooddrop Sims,— B. October 20, 1786; d, 1814. Was 
married, but had no children. 

247 Sarah— B. June 30, 1789 ; d. July 12, 1790. 

Children of Benjamin, No. 128, and of Grissel Frost. 

248. Abraham. — Who was lost during the Eevolutionary 
War, and was supposed to have been captured by the 
British. 

249. Benjamin. — B. April 10, 1769 ; intermarried with Han- 
nah Wynkoop, No". " 179," September 1, 1796. He was 
an apprentice to a Mr. Whiting, who removed to Savan- 
nah, Ga., where the apprenticeship was completed. On 
his return North, Major William Wynkoop induced him 
to go to Chemung, to make trinkets for the Indians. He 
was a good watch and clock maker, silversmith, and en- 
graver, and the necessities of a new country made him a 
general mechanic. He taught school, surveyed land, and 
was a good English scholar, acquainted with chemistry, 
mineralogy, geology, and natural philosophy. He be- 
came a large land operator, and was land poor. 

1 Annals of Albany, Vol. 9, p. 99. 

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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 81 

250. John. — />. in Redding, Fairfield County, Conn., and died 
there in 1813. His wife was Esther Griffin, who removed 
to Chemung in 1820, where she died in 1835, aged seventy- 
two. 

251. Gershom. — Who settled in Tioga County, Penn., where 
he died in 1831. His wife Martha, called Tatty, d. of 
William McFarlin and Elizabeth Robb, removed to the 
neighborhood of Rochester, ST. Y. 

252. Peter, Captain. — Who was a seafaring man, and com- 
manded a vessel from New York. After leaving the sea, 
he was married, and settled upon the old homestead, 
where he died, without heirs. 

253. Grissel. — Who was the wife of a Mr. Hurd. They had 
one daughter, Delia, widow of Chauncey Wilcox, who 
subsequently lived at Waverley, N. Y. 

254. Anne. — She was married and had two daughters, Har- 
riet and Mary Ann. One of them was wife of a Mr. 
Barker, and lived for many years in New York City. 



*>ebentf) (HJenetatton* 

Children of John C, No. 131, and of Lydia Silvester. 

255. Peter Silvester. — Clergyman of Reformed Dutch Church. 
Intermarried with Margaret Gosman. He was licensed 
to preach, 1813 ; was settled 181^-1817 at Catskill ; 1817- 
1820 at Hyde Park and Staatsburg ; 1820-1822 at Pleasant 
Plain ; 1822-1840 at Ghent; 1840-1843 at Ghent, and 2d 
church, Claveraek; 1843-1844 at Ghent; 1844-1848 at 
Blooming Grove; died 1848. i The Rev. John Rugan 
wrote, in 1863* that he was, in 1850, in charge of the 
Lutheran Church, at Ghent, where "the memory of 
Dominie Wynkoop was cherished with love and respect 
by the entire community. He appeared to be a standard 
of ministerial faithfulness, character, and piety." 

256. Adrian. — Baptized June 3, 1794, Kingston Record. Died 
single. 

257. Henry Van Schaack.— Baptized June 11, 1796. (Same 
record.) 

258. Catharine. 

259. Jane. 

260. Ann Maria, 

1 Dutch Church Magazine, 1827, vol. 1. 
11 



82 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Augustus, No. 139, and of Ann Maria Silvester. 

261. Mary Jane.— B. January 20, 1810; m. October 1, 1834, to 
Henry Hinsdale Eeynolds, who was b. July 21,1811; d. 
November 23, 1868. The "Press,?' of Kingston, under 
date November 26, 1868, attributed to Mr. Eeynolds a 
practical turn of mind; familiarity with business; wis- 
dom in counsel ; deeds of benevolence in jnivate ; a 
Christian spirit ; giftedness in prayer ; and the liberal use 
of ample pecuniary means, in works of beneficence. A few 
weeks before his death, he had been chosen President of the 
State of New York National Bank, with which he had 
been connected from its beginning. This genealogy en- 
listed his hearty interest, and directly and indirectly he 
contributed material liberally. 

They had three children: Augustus W., Francis W., 
and Sarah B. Francis W. enlisted in the first call for 
three-months men ; returned ; reinlisted for the war ; re- 
ceived a wound at Ohancellorsville, from the effects of 
which he never recovered. He died, in 1870, as he had 
lived, a faithful Christian. 

262. Augustus.— #. January 22, 1812 ; d. January 18, 1862 ; 
intermarried June 15, 1843, with Anna Whiting, who was 
b. September 23, 1815 ; d. August 16, 1863. They lived 
at Kinderhook. 

263. Francis Silvester. — B. November 6, 1815; intermarried 
October 2, 1844, with Sarah Frelinghuysen Elmendorf, 
who was b. May 16, 1819. They live in New York City. 

264. Catharine Burhans. — B. September 15, 1817; d. January 
6, 1842 ; m. October 3, 1837, to John Mumford Keese. 

265. Henrietta.— £. April 18, 1819. Lives at Kingston, N. Y. 

266. Elizabeth Hicks.— B. September 9, 1821 ; d. April 1, 1824. 

Children of Peter P., No. 141, and of Anna Roosa. 

267. Cornelius P. — B. August 25, 1808; intermarried with 
Margaret McMurray Cruikshank, April 30, 1846, b. Oc- 
tober 12, 1821, d. of Eobert Cruikshank, of Troy, and 
Emily Thompson. In 1871 he was living in Milford, Del., 
on a farm which was in possession of a Wynkoop, one 
hundred years ago. 

268. Anthony Roosa. — B. December 13, 1809; intermarried 
March 2, 1837, with Ellen De Witt, b. March 15, 1819, d. 
of Henry T. Jansen. They live at Owasco, Cayuga 
County, N. Y. 

269. Hardenburgh.— B. July 1, 1811; d. August 28, 1844; in- 
termarried October 28, 1835, with Sarah Maria Krom ; 
b, January 27, 1810 ; d. of Samuel Krom and Joanna 



WYNKOOP GENEAXOGY. 83 

(born) Krom. According to tradition, the name was 
originally Cromwell. 

270. Jane Catharine. — B. April 20, 1817. Never married. 

271. Leah.— />. March 25, 1819 ; m. to John T. 0. De Witt, and 
had seven children. 

Children of Derick C, No. 142, and of Elizabeth Sparling. 

272. Sarah. — Bap. Jnne 20, 1796 ;* wife of Andrew P. Koosa ; d. 
May, 1871, Kingston. They had children: Derick, Leah, 
and Catharine ; the last, wife of Stephen V. R. Buckbee. 

273. Cornelius.— Bap. September 20, 1798 ; x intermarried with 
his cousin, Harriet Sparling. 

274. Gerretje Annetje. — Bap. June 19, 1801. 1 Perhaps it is her 
death, aged fifty-eight, June 27, 1863, which is recorded 
in the Annals of Albany. 

275. George.— B. July 23, 1814 ; intermarried, at Marble town, 
April 14, 1839, with Eleanor Sala Davis, d. of James V. 
W. Davis and Gertrude Perrine. She was born February 
12, 1814 ; d. January 18, 1846. He intermarried, at Hur- 
ley, February 6, 1847, with Sarah Catharine, d. of Cor- 
nelius Dumond and Blaudina Crispell. George lives in a 
house at Hurley, parts of which were built 150 years ago. 
It seems probable that his farm was the original home- 
stead of the family in this country. Various pictures of 
the place have been painted by William H. Snyder. 

276. Eleanor. — W. of Cornelius Newkirk. They had children : 
Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, John, Henry. 

277. Leah De Witt. — W. of Capt. Henry Harbeck Buckbee, of 
New York City, who died May 23, 1873. Their children 
were Mary D. and De Witt C. 

278. Derick C— Intermarried with Celinda Crispell; after- 
ward with Elizabeth Hotehkiss. He lives in Greene 
County. £2U*/^x~^ Je^^dffiJc* 

Children of Abraham, No. 152, and of Maria Van Steenburgh. 

279. Mary Catharine.— B. April 14, 1844; m. August 19, 1869, 
to Henry E. Malin. 

280. Harvey Heusted.— B. May 15, 1846. 

281. Matilda. -5. May 5, 1848. 

282. Anna E.—B. July 7, 1851. 

283. William Teller.— B. February 5, 1854. 

Children of Dirck, No. 156, and of Tjaatje Wynkoop. 

284. Peter,— B. December 27, 1755; d. January 26, 1835. He 
intermarried, December 10, 1785, with Margaret, d. of 

1 Kingston Church Records. 



84 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

John Quackenbos and Catharine De Witt, whom he met 
during the Revolutionary war at Marlboro, whither her 
father's family had retired from New York, when the 
British occupied that city. She was born March 20, 1765, 
d. May 5, 1851. After his marriage he removed from 
Kingston to New York, and engaged in the manufacture 
of sea-biscuit, with his father-in-law and brother-in-law,, 
the latter also named John. Peter afterward was en- 
gaged in the manufacture and sale of tobacco in New 
York, and had a snuff factory in Ulster County. About 
the year 1818, he became a Measurer in the Custom House, 
where he remained until a few years before his death. 

285. Maria.— B. September 3, 1757 ; d. March 10, 1758. 

Children of Dirck, No. 156, and of Sarah Smedes. 

286. Arriaantje, commonly called Arrietta. — B. December 3, 
1761. Her will, dated April 4, 1820, was proven April 
7, 1826. 1 

287. Catharine. — B. January 24, 1764. Died single. 

288. Sarah.— B. July 25, 1773; d, about 1817, in New York, 
at the house of her step-daughter Mrs. Amelia Smith 
Eussell. 2 She was married to Timothy Tredwell Smith, 
who was at the time Principal of the Kingston Academy. 
He was born at Smithfield, L. I., January 17, 1768 ; d. 
October 24, 1803, while Professor of Moral Philosophy 
and Logic in Union College, Schenectady. His tombstone 
is in the Kingston grave vard. 

289. Derick.— B. June 17, 1775; d. December 6, 1775. 

290. Margrietje — (Margaret). — Commonly known as "Miss 
Peggy "; b. March 27, 1778, at the house of her paternal 
uncle, at Marbletown; d. at Kingston, March 18, 1862. 
She is spoken of as a " venerable lady, whose elegant 
manners and refined tone, lend such a charm to her society ; 
residing in the house on Green street, Kingston, where 
her father entertained General Washington, on his visit to 
Kingston." 3 She left to the Compiler the family Bible of 
her grandfather. 

Children of Cornelius E., No. (58, and of Cornelia Manscius. 

291. Evert C. — Mentioned as Everardus in the will of his 
father; intermarried with Each el Harden burgh, May 8, 
1786 j d. June 20, 1807. Rachel was born November 29, 

1 Kingston Book E, p. 246. 

2 The Compiler would like to meet with any of the descendants of the 
latter, or learn of their whereabout and welfare. 

3 Col. Geo. W. Pratt, in Col. of Ulst. Hist. Soc., Vol. 1, p. 133. 



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WTNKOOP GENEALOGY. 85 

1765; d. April 26, 1845. She was married January 15, 
1809, to Elias Dupuy, b. July 17, 1763 ; d. May 1, 1829 ; 
and, April 28, 1830, to Simon Dupuy. Elias and Simon 
were not known to be related. 

292. Cornelia. — If. of Benjamin Hardenburgh, who was a 
physician at Fallsburgh, Sullivan County, and cousin to 
Kachel above named. They had a child, Cornelia Man- 
scius, bap. March 13, 1804. 1 

Children of Jacobus, No. 160, and of Jane Aosterhout. 

293. Margreet— (Margaret).— Bap. March 7, 1759. 2 Perhaps 
the wife of Jabotus Sammons, whose daughter Elizabeth 
was baptized at Rochester, Ulster County. 

294. Cornelius.—^;. May 16, 1761. 2 

295. Benjamin.— Bap. July 19, 1763. 2 

296. Jacobus. — Bap. January 12, 1765. 2 

297. Hendrikus. — Bap. November 2, 1767. 2 Died in infancy. 

298. Antje.— B. January 26, 1770. 2 

299. Jeremiah.— B. September 18, 1772. 2 

300. David.— B. November 27, 1773. 2 

301. Elizabeth.— £. April 20, 1777.* 

302. Hendrikus.— B. September 6, 1778. 2 

Children of Johannes, No. 163, and of Harriet Bartlett. 

303. Sarah.— B. December 13, 1791; m. Daniel Haines. 

304. Helena.— £. January 13, 1794; m. April 17 or 19, 1814, 
Jacob W. Lansing; d. December 24, 1843. She was com- 
monly called Lany. Her husband, s. of William Lansing 
and Alida Fonda, was born September 7, 1795 ; d. No- 
vember 5, 1848. 

305. Maria.— B. August 19, 1796; m. Alfred Ber den. 

306. Eleanor.- B. November 13, 1798; m. December 25, 1833, 
Isaac W. Lansing; d. January 9, 1871. Isaac was brother 
to Jacob, above named, and was born May 21, 1806, 
and died January 28, 1839. She was married, October or 
November, 1849, to Benjamin Hess, who died in the winter 
of 1854-5. 

307. Evert.— B. March 10, 1801 ; m. Penelope Border, who 
died January 25, 1830. October 17, 1830, he intermarried 
with Elizabeth Putnam. D. July 11, 1861, his wife sur- 
viving. 

308. Abraham.— B. August 20, 1803; intermarried with d. of 
Alfred Berden. 



1 Kingston Church Records. 

2 Rochester, Ulster Co., Church Records. 



86 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

309. Catharine.— B. February 6. 1806; m. Martin Yan Ber 
Ker. 

Children of Joshua, No, 168, and of Margaret Arnold. 

310. Evert. — B. September 3, 1796, at Bethlehem, Albany 
County ; d. New York, November 12, 1872 ; m. October 
23, 1822, Eunice Yan Wie Winne, b. October 15, 1805, d, 
January 11, 1830, d. of John D. Winne and Agnes Yan 
Wie, who were married July 22, 1786. E vert's second 
marriage was December 1, 1836, to Jane, born Barhight, 
widow of Wesley Abbey. She died March 5, 1845. 

Evert kept a store, and the Pearl Street House, Albany, 
at the same time ; then the Mansion House, at Syracuse, 
until it was torn down ; the United States Hotel at Buf- 
falo; a hotel opposite the steamboat landing at Albany; 
and the Recess House, Brooklyn, opposite Atlantic Ferry. 

311. John. — B. August 23, 1798; m. Mary Roach; d. Syracuse, 
July 20, 1868. 

312. Ann.— B. August 4, 1800 ; m. Peter I. Hotaling. Had chil- 
dren: John, Margaret, Joshua, Philip, Ann, Sarah, Ger- 
rit, Mary, and Charles. 

313. Abraham.— #. September 30, 1802; d. May 5, 1876; m. 
June 22, 1833, Susannah Albright, b. August 2, 1813, d. 
April 7, 1876. They lived and died at Bethlehem, Al- 
bany County. 

314. Peter.— B. May 30, 1804 ; m. February 21, 1828, Magda- 
lene Long, b. September 3, 1807, d. May 26, 1835 ; m. her 
sister, Jane Long, April 7, 1839, b. June 14, 1821, d. De- 
cember 31 , 1874. Peter lives at Albany. 

315. Jacob.— B. October 19, 1807; m. 1828, Ellen Carhart. 
Live at Coeymans, IS". Y. 

316. Garret.— £. March 11, 1810 ; m. Phebe Arnout or Arnold. 
Live at Mayfield, N. Y. 

317. Sarah. — B. July 2, 1812; m. Aaron Spriugsted. 

Children of Hezekiah, No. 169, and of Elizabeth Dederick. 

318. Everett H., called also Evert.— B, June 9, 1787. He inter- 
married with Maria Post, September 12, 1821. l The 
record describes both as of Saugerties, and calls him 
Evert ; but the wills of his grandfather and his sister, call 
him Everett H. 

319. Maria.— B. June 9, 1787 ; twin sister. Died single. Her 
will was dated October 28, 1861 ; proven February 23, 
1863. 2 

3 Caatsbaan Church Records. 
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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 87 

320. Henry, Judge. — B. September 13, 1789; intermarried 
with Nelly Mvndertse, December 13, 1813 ;' and with 
Hannah Wynkoop (No. "333"), January 31, 1835. Nelly 
died November 10, 1830. He was Associate Judge of the 
Common Pleas, " wooden judge," as he described himself, 
remarking that such was the popular name of the associ- 
ate judges. He was commonly known as Judge Wyn- 
koop. He died at his home, near Catskill, about 1870. A 
few years before his death, the Compiler found him an 
intelligent and interesting man. 

321. Aaltje.— J5. November 11,1800; m. February 2, 1831, to 
John Kimble, both of Saugerties. 1 Her father's will, 
1853, calls her Elsie, deceased, wife of John P. Kemple. 2 
Children: Hezekiah Dederick, born December II, 1831, 
and Eliza Catharine, b. September 15, 1833. 1 

322. Tobias. — B. August 4, 1802 j 1 d. aged about eighteen. 

323. Sarah.— B. August 30, 1812. Was never married. 

Children of Henry, No. 171, and of Ann Loew. 

324. Peter. — Bap. January 8, 1792 ; J intermarried with Eliza- 
beth Longedyck, and removed to Ohio. 

325. Tjerck. — B. April 28, 1794 ; x intermarried with Margaret 
Hendricks, and with the widow Marquet, born Eliza Ten 
Brook. Lives at Flatbush, Ulster County. 

326. Aaltje. — B. August 14, 1799 ;* w. of Henry Schoonmaker ; 
called Allie in the will of her grandfather. 

327. Evert. — B. November 2, 1802; 1 was never married. 

328. Henry H.— B. November 17, 1806; recorded as Hendri- 
kus ;' was never married. 

329. Ann. — B. January 7, 1810, recorded Annetje; 1 m. Abra- 
ham, s. of Jacob Turck and Ann Eolland. 

330. Hezekiah. — Intermarried with Julia Ann Turck, d. of 
Solomon Turck and Cornelia Brice, g. d. of Jacob. Lived 
at Saugerties. The order of his birth does not appear. 

Children of William, No. 172, and of Maria Trombour. 

331. Elizabeth.— ^.November 10, 1797 ;' w. John P. Sax. 

332. Aaltje.— £. September 4, 1799; 1 w. John Haver. 

333. Hannah. — B. April 23, 1801, and recorded as Annetje ;' 
m. January 3L, 1835, Judge Henry Wynkoop, No. " 320." 

334. Nelly. — B. November 13, 1806, and recorded as Neeltje 
(Cornelia); 1 w. of Egbert P. Schoonmaker. Their cL 
Mary Elizabeth Wynkoop, b. January 26, 1833, is wife of 
Myndert Wynkoop, No. " 580." 

1 Caatsbaan Church Records. 

2 Kingston Book N., p. 363. 



88 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Tobias, No. 177, and of Maria Suydam. 

335. John Suydam.— B. October 18, 1814 ;' w. Ann Perkins. 

336. Eliza.— B. November 24, 1816 j 1 m. William King. 

Children of Evert, No. 178, and of Polly Allen. 

337. Hezekiah Allen. — Bap. November 6, 1810. 1 Intermarried 
with Hannah Low, of New York City. Live at Chicago. 

338. Orlando Lawrence. —Bap. November 15, 1812 j 1 d. aged 7 
years. 

339. Merchant Thomas. —.B. September 22, 1813 -, 1 d, in Califor- 
nia, February 14, 1855, single. 

340. Ida Carolyn.— B. February 21, 1815 ; x w. of Giles Griffin. 
They live at Palenville, Greene County, N. Y., and have a 
son Alfred, born about 1850. 

341. Delia. — B. January 10, 1818 ; x lives at Palenville. 

342. Tobias. — B. December 1, 1819 ; J intermarried with Ella 
McKeene, of Pennsylvania, and lived in New York 
City, until his death. His widow, with the children, re- 
moved to Poughkeepsie. 

343. Evert. — He was in California in 1864. 

344. Cornelia. — Wife of Samuel Griffin, of Palenville. Chil- 
dren : Charles, Lucy, and Ida. 

345. George P. — Intermarried with Mary Godwin, of Palen- 
ville, December 12, 1867. 

346. Allen W.— Lives at Palenville. 

347. Elizabeth. — Lives at the same place. 

348. Mariett.— D. about 1854. 

Children of Cornelius, No. 181, and of Alida Sharp, 

349. John Lawrence. — D. single, aged about 30. 

350. Tobias Augustus. — B. October 23, 1812 j 1 d. single, about 
1850. 

351. Alida Catalina— B. March 3, 1816 j 1 wife of Beal; 

live in Ulster County, N. Y. 

Children of Tobias, No. 189, and of Eleanor Welsh. 

352. Adam. 

353. Elizabeth. 

354. Caroline.— Wife of E S. Terry, of Chicago, 111. 

355. Peter. 

356. William. 

357. Alburtus. 

358. Valentine. 



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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 89 

Children of Adam, No. 190, and of Marion Childs. 

359. Cora. — Graduate of New York Deaf and Dumb Insti- 
tute. fifc-Jede**. &*<f+~. 4yfr~ rf y^u^ 

360. Desire.— Graduate of same institution. 

361. John. /^^ #, t4* ***'<», ^^— Co, *** *- 

Children of John, No. 193, and of Elizabeth Spann. 

362. Alonzo — B. May 20, 1831; intermarried February 12, 
1862, with Catharine Miller, who died August 20, 1866. 
Lives at Manchester, Ontario County, N. Y. 

363.— Annie M.—B. May 27, 1833; m. to "Cornelius Van Vran- 
keu, September 9, 1863. Live at Niscayuna, Sehenectady 
County, N. Y. 

364. Emmeline. — B. June 14, 1836; m. to Gould Birdseye, 
May 1866. Live at Gorhain, Ontario County. Have 
one child, John Wynkoop. 

365. Sarah.— B. September 30, 1838 ; d. December 19, 1846. 

366. Bradley.— B. May 12, 1841. Lives at Gorham, Ontario 
County. 

367. Elizabeth S.-B. April 20, 1844; m. to Lucius T. Denham, 
May , 1866. They live at Gorham. 

368. Charles Augustus.— B. October 7, 1850; d, November 23, 
1851. 

Child of Isaac, No. 195, and of Rachel Van Cleve. 

369. Ann. — Wife of Isaac Van Cleve. 

Children of Cornelius, No. 196, and of Margaret Fulton. 

370. Catharine.— B. about 1790; m. about 1810, to John 
Newell. Children: George W., b. 1813, intermarried with 
Amelia J. Slack, about 1844 ; John Blackledge, b. Oc- 
tober 25, 1816, intermarried with Eliza F. Till^er, October JC 
13, 1847 ; Margaret N., b. 1818, m. to Charles Martindale ; " 
Sydonia N., b. about 1819 ; David F., b. about 1820, d. in 
infancy ; Catharine Ann, b. about 1824, m. to Thomas 
Worthington. 

Children of Abraham, No. 197, and of Ruth Hayr. 

371. Charles. — Intermarried with Sarah Ann Buchanan. Live 
at Lockport, N. Y. 

372. Jane. — Lives in Ohio. 

373. Julia. — Lives at Lockport. 

374. Daniel.— Of the same place. 

375. Joel. — Also of Lockport. 

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90 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Isaac, No. 199, and of — <S-~* 

376. Isaac. 

377. Joshua. ^i 

378. Mary. — W. of Ifc^Launmg. Their sou Isaac Larming 
lives at Trenton , New Jersey. 

Child of same Isaac, and of ^* c ~ ^^- 

379. StephenySW. 

Children of John, No. 200, and of Ann Feaster. 

380. Gerardus.— B. February 10, 1787 ; d. at Frankford, Phil- 
adelphia County, Pa., say in 1871. 

381. David.— B. December 7, 1788; d. December 6, 1864. In- 
termarried April 5, 1812, with Emma Morgan, b. August 
6, 1788, d. January 31, 1864. 

382. Isaac— B. February 16, 1791; d. March 5, 1871; inter- 
married, August 16, 1815, with Ann Winder, b. October 
27, 1800, d. of James Winder and Mary Booz. The widow 
lives at Lebanon, Boone County, Ind. 

383. Maria F.— B. April 16, 1793 ; d. December 23, 1800. 

384. Elizabeth.— B. April 8, 1795 ; d. aged about 20. 

385. John.— B. August 13, 1800 ; d. December 13, 1800. 

386. Anna Maria.— B. May 4, 1802; d. August 15, 1802. 

Children of Gerrit, No. 201, and of Ann Strickland. 

387. Elizabeth, commonly known as Betsey.— B. March 20, 
1787. Kept house for her grandfather, after his wife's 
death, until her marriage, March 14, 1811, with Elias Gil- 
kyson, who lived in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Thence 
they removed to Yarleyville, in the same State. Chil- 
dren : James, a lawyer at Doylestown ; Albert, in Jersey 
City ; John Wynkoop, in California, at one time Deputy 
Sheriff at Orrsville ; Stephen Rose ; and Caroline, who 
was married to Theodore Wallace Hill, and lived at Tren- 
ton, N. J. 

Stephen Rose Gilkyson was a Captain in Co. A, 6th New 
Jersey Infantry, in 1861, serving for three years, and re- 
turning as Lieutenant-Colonel. He then raised a regiment, 
40th New Jersey, and served until the close of the war. 
Was wounded at the second battle of Bull Run, and in 
the Wilderness. 

388. Strickland.— £. May 15, 1789. Settled in Huntington 
County, Penn., where he intermarried with Martha Eg- 
bert. A few years later he removed to Columbus, Ohio, 
which was then a mere village. About 1831, his wife died, 
as the result of her clothes taking fire. Soon after, he 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 91 

removed fco the neighborhood of the city, and two years 
later intermarried with Eliza Sandy. Here they remained 
until they had quite a family, and then removed to Wa- 
pello, Michigan. There the second wife died, and he 
returned to live with his children in Ohio. Four of his 
sons were in the Union service. 

389. Phebe.— B. September 4, 1791; m. Samuel Gilkyson, 
brother of Elias. After his death, lived with her daugh- 
ter at Camden. X. J. 

390. Sarah.— B. May 17,1795; m. September , 1813, to 
Edward C. Corbett, who died September 6, 1868, while 
they were living on a farm in Clarion County, Penn. Mrs. 
Corbett subsequently lived with her youngest daughter, 
Mrs. Wray, at Aston, Delaware County. Eleven children. 
One of them, Wilson, was in the Union army, and severely 
wounded at Fredericksburg; was taken prisoner, and 
was never heard of afterward. 

391. Gerardus. — D. in infancy. 

392. John. — Intermarried with Elizabeth Corbett, niece of 
Edward C. They lived in Clarion County for a number of 
years, and then removed to Forrest County, where he was 
engaged in the lumber business. He was a County Com- 
missioner for six years, and a Magistrate for several ; d. 
August , 1860. Six children. 

393. Miles. -B. July 11, 1802. Kept house with his mother, 
after his sisters were married, and until her death, and 
then went South. After a correspondence of several 
years, he was lost sight of, and finally it was reported that 
he had died near Xatchez. He is spoken of as one of the 
handsomest men of Columbus. 

394. Mary Ann.— B. July , 1805; m. April , 1825, Joseph 
O'Harra, of Columbus, who died March 17, 1864. Soon 
after, the5 T bought a farm fourteen miles distant, on 
Darby Creek, where the widow still lives, with her son 
Gerardus. Their oldest son, James, was in the 95th Ohio 
Volunteers, and died in hospital at Lexington, Ky., from 
a wound received in battle. Another son, Joseph, was 
drowned in the creek when five vears old. 

395. Susan.— B. June 3, 1808; m. February 1, 1827, to Amos 
Meneley, a Virginian by birth, who died June 3, 1861. 
Soon after marriage, they opened a hotel, which they 
kept for thirty years, on Friend street, Columbus. Chil- 
dren : Rosalia Amy, b. December 6, 1827, m. April 20, 
1848, to G. Corbett ; with this daughter the mother was 
recently residing ; John, b. January 8, 1830, m. March 30, 
1851, to Carrie Brown, of Madison County, who died Oc- 
tober, 1866; Garret, b. December 20, 1831, d. August 



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92 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

27, 1836 ; Mary Virginia, b. October 26, 1839, m. July 3, 
1861, to Theodore Jones, of Columbus, who entered the 
Union Army as Lieutenant-Colonel, 30th Ohio Infantry, 
in 1861 ; became Colonel ; was taken prisoner at Autietam 
and confined for two weeks in Libby Prison ; was with 
General Sherman in the South, and came home as Briga- 
dier-General, by brevet. 

Children of Matthew, No. 202, and of Thomasine Stockholm. 

396. Matthew B.— Whose first wife was Elizabeth Work. He 
afterward intermarried with Mary Van Lear, and lived 
at Marion, Indiana County, Pa. 

397. George S. — A farmer; d. about 1845. His wife was 
Mary Melo Callum. 

398. Gerardus, — Whose wife was Nancy Farrell, of Hagers- 
town, Md. He died at Zanesville, O., iu July, 1860, and 
his widow died there in 1868. 

399. David. — Intermarried with Jane McCune, of Indiana 
County, Pa. Was subsequently a farmer in Muskingum 
County, O. 

400. John.— B. August 3,1804; intermarried, March 1, 1827, 
with Jane Mosgrove, of Kittanning, Armstrong County, 
Pa. Lived subsequently at Strattonville, Clarion County. 

401. Eliza R, — Wife of William Martin. Lived at Cunning- 
ham, Clarion County. Children : John W., Sarah E., 
Margaret J. S. ; and Maria P. 

402. William.— Whose wife was Mary Smouse, of Indiana 
County. 

403. Henry T.— Whose wife was Beulah Clark, of Center 
County. They lived at Plumville, Indiana County. ' 

404. Maria T.— Wife of Samuel Potts, of Plumville. Three 
children. 

Children of David, No. 203, and of Ann MclMair. 

405. Elizabeth. -B. December 12, 1798. 

406. James, — B. October 17, 1800 ; intermarried, February 
22, 1826, with Mary Wood, of Philadelphia, A farmer 
near Mount Yernon, Ohio. 

407. Martha.— B. August 14,1802; m. February 24, 1825, to 
Nathan H. Seymour, of Connecticut. He was a merchant 
at Newark, Ohio, where he died in 1863. 

408. Stephen Rose, Rev. — B. November 24, 1806; intermar- 
24 . /&3( r * e( * August, 18^s with Aurelia, daughter of Judge Mills, 

of New Haven, Conn., whose family name originally was 
Van der Meulen. Was graduated at Union College, New 
York, in 1829. In 1833-4 he explored the western coast 
of Africa, on behalf of the American Board of Foreign 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 93 

Missions. Studied theology at Princeton, N. J., and was 
licensed in 1837. In 1838 tie became Pastor of the First 
Presbyterian Church, Wilmington, Del., and resigned the 
pastorate in 1858, because of ill-health. Died Apei}? 8, A^^c 
1870. ' 

409. Henry. — B. January 16, 1809; intermarried October 9, 
1833, with Lydia Cornell, b. September 30, 1814. A 
farmer at Brownsburg, Penn. 

410. Charles.— B. April 30, 1811 ; intermarried March, 1832, 
with Mary Ma gee. A farmer at GranYille, Ohio. 

411. Mary Ann.— B. January 9, 1815; m. in 1837, to Daniel 
Fowler, of Licking County, Ohio. Liye in Jasper County, 
Iowa. 

Children of William, No. 204, and of Mary Langstroth. 

412. Thomas Langstroth. — B. January 18, 1802; intermarried, 
January 11, 1827, with Elizabeth Torbert, b. November 
14, 1798, d. of James and Margaret Torbert. A farmer in 
Bucks County, Penn. 

413. Gerardus. — B. May, 6, 1803 ; intermarried, December 27, 
1832, with Matilda McNair, b. April 2, 1811, d. April 16, 
1852. Intermarried October 19, 1856, with Isabella 
Crayen, b. January 28, 1825, d. of John and Elizabeth 
Craven. Farmer in the same county. 

414. Elizabeth Rose. — B. January 23, 1805; m. Charles McNair. 
Settled in Michigan. Died in 1862. Six children, five ot 
whom died young. 

415. Catharine.— £. September 24, 1806; m. October 14, 1824, 
James B. McNair, M.D. Settled at Pennington, N. J. ; d. 
December 18, 1834. Five children ; one of them, William, 
a minister of the Presbyterian Church. 

416. Susannah.— £. March 26, 1808; d. April 28, 1832. 

417. Christopher Langstroth.— B. September 2, 1810; intermar- 
ried July 25, 1835, with Catharine Maria Wyckoff. Lived 
at Pennington, afterward at Newtown, Penn. 

418. Margaret Fa$sitt.-#. May 8, 1812; m. November 26, 
1836, to Absalom P. Cook, a farmer iu Bucks Count}'. 
Five children. 

419. Anna Maria. — B. November 11, 1814; m. February, 1838, 
to Nathaniel Irvin Rubinkham. Lived in Bucks County. 
Seven children. 

420. Susan.— B. August 8, 1816; d. October 7, 1822. 

421. Mary Frances.— B. May 14, 1818 ; d. September 14, 1834. 

422. Caroline. -B. May 9, 1821; m. John Divine, and settled 
in Michigan. Five children. 



94 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Garrett, No. 210, and of Sarah Martin. 

423. Adrian.— Studied law at Martinsburgh, Va., and prac- 
ticed at Piketon, Ohio. Married in Ohio. 

424. William. — Intermarried with Elizabeth Van Metre, and 
settled in Clinton County, Indiana, as a farmer. 

425. Margaret. — M. Nathan Hendricks, a farmer in Jefferson 
County, Ya. They removed to Indiana, 

426. Elizabeth. — I), in her eighteenth year. 

427. Jephthah. — Z>. about three years old. 

428. Mary. — M. George Randell, a farmer in Jefferson County. 
She died there, and the husband and children removed to 
Missouri. 

429. John. — Settled in Illinois, and there married Margaret 
Piper. Removed to Missouri, and afterward to Macoupin 
County, 111. A farmer. 

430. Garrett. — Intermarried in 1841, with Julia Adelaide, d. 
of Jacob and Pamela Mountz, of Georgetown, D. C. She 
died October 26, 1872. In mercantile business at Hedges- 

ville, Berkeley County, W. Ya., since 1840. 

Children of Nicholas, No. 217, and of Fanny Murray. 

431. John Wanshaar.— B. September 9, 1794, at Newtown, 
Bucks County, Penu. ; intermarried at the same place, 
March 4, 1819, with Angeline C, d. of Britton Estill, of 
Philadelphia; d. July 1, 1837, at Pottsville, Schuylkill 
County. He is said to have been a man of great cultiva- 
tion and refinement. Some pleasant verses, " To Sister 
Mary," written by him in 1832, found their way into the 
" Home Journal," New York, February 23, 1856, under the 
title of u The Voyage of Life." His widow died April 13, 
1877. 

432. Francis Murray. — B. 1796; d. single, at Saratoga, during 
the war of 1812, holding a commission in the army. 

Children of the same Nicholas, and of Sarah Campbell. 

433. Henry. — B. February 23, 1804; intermarried with Eliza- 
beth Estill, sister of Angeline C, in 1827. His second 
wife was Catharine Alexander, d. of Captain James Snell 
and Mary Gordon. He had no children by his second 
wife. 

434. George Campbell, General.— B. February 27, 1806 ; in- 
termarried with Mary Walker, March 24, 1831. He was 
one of the four Brigadiers from Pennsylvania, in the three 
months' service, during the Rebellion. Afterward he 
commanded the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, in Tennessee. 
Lives at Pottsville, Penn. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 95 

435. Mary Helen.— B. June 16, 1810 5 m. November 20, 1834, 
to Samuel Clayton Radford, s. of Aaron Radford and 
Mary Allen, b. January 22, 1810. She died September 4, 
1861. Children: Edward Donaldson, b. September 20, 
1835, d. October 9, 1839 ; Sarah Francenia, b. November 
14, 1836, d. March 14, 1838 ; Mary Helen, b. April 3, 1839; 
Sarah Francenia, b. August 31, 1841, m. February 27, 
1861, to John Wesley Pierson, son of C. C. Pierson and 
Martha Fernley Haworth, d. December 25, 1874.; Samuel 
Henry, b. September 26, 1846, served in the war for the 
Union; George Campbell and Henry Wynkoop, twins, b. 
May 5, 1848, the former died the same day, and the other 
August 5, 1848 ; Catharine Wynkoop, b. December 25, 
1850. 

436. Edward Donaldson. — B. April 12, 1812; d. January 4, 
1830. 

437. Sarah Francenia. — B. August 13, 1813; m. November 30, 
1840, to Charles Watkins Elliott, of Arkansas, s. of Ben- 
jamin Elliott and Frances Paucha. Her husband died 
February 7, 1846, and she is living in West Philadelphia. 
Children : Edward Benjamin, b. November 24, 1841 ; Wil- 
liam Henderson, b. May 23, 1844, d. November 15, 1863, in 
the army ; Charles Watkins, b. October 18, 1846; the first 
named also served in the war for the Union. 

Children of Jonathan, No. 220, and of Ann Dick. 

438. Margaret.— Wife of Kev. Dr. James C. Watson, of the 
Presbyterian Church; atone time settled at Gettysburgh. Ikuio^. ^&<, 

439. Mary. 

440. Ann, 

441. Henry. — B. about the time of his majority. 

442. Susan. — Wife of Eev. Halsey Van Doren. 

443. Isabella. — Second wife of Eev. Winthrop Bailey, who 
died at Southeast Center, Putnam County, New York, in 
August, 1865. He was then, or had been recently, in 

charge of the Presbyterian Church at that place. JU~*r>±, sVy, 

444. Helen. — Living at Trenton, N. J. 

Children of James, No, 236, and of Catalina Dunbar. 

445. James J. — B. December 2, 1791, at Albany ; d. single, 
April 25, 1843. He was Deputy County Clerk of Albany, 
in 1808, 1810, andlSll. 1 Was a Lieutenant in the war of 
1812. 

446. William.— B. April 29, 1794; d. February 2, 1796. 



1 County Clerk's Office, Albany, L. 20, pp. 6, and 50G ; & L. 21, p. 299, 



96 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

447. John Henry Myers. — B. September 10, 1796. An Ensign 
in the war of 1812. Died in a war vessel on his way to 
Curagoa, single, aged about 47 

448. Elizabeth.— B. February 17, 1799; wife of Eiley Bar- 
tholomew. 

449. Alida. — B. August 31, 1801 ; wife of James 0. Ferris. 

450. Sarah.— B. April 21, 1804; d. August 23, 1805. 

451. Sarah. — B. August 25, 1806 ; w. of Samuel S. Wood, who 
died at Havana. Children : Elizabeth, who died August, 
1865, aged about 38, and Stephen Girard. 

452. William Q.—B. February 1, 1809; d. August 21, 1852. 
Intermarried with Maud Roosa. 

453. Robert Dunbar. — B. August 1, 1811. Removed from Al- 
bany to New York, about 1825. Was a member of the 
firm of Heath, Wyukoop & Co., Perfumers. Died at Ber- 
gen, K. J., April 2, 1869. His wife, Almira Augusta Rol- 
lins, b. February 24, 1816; d. January 5, 1870; d. of 
George Rollins and Catharine Dolan. 

Children of Abraham, No. 245, and of Hannah Norman. 

454. Benjamin Norman. — Intermarried October 5, 1837, with 
Rachel W. Monge, who died June 14, 1855, in her 37th 
year. He died August 16, 1857, aged 49. 

455. Joseph Pilmore.— B. December 15, 1811 ; died October 
26, 1842 ; m. February 20, 1834, Matilda Charlotte Baird, 
b. September 24, 1818, d. of John Baird and Jane W^alker. 

456. Alfred,— B. April 3, 1825; intermarried April 17, 1856, 
with Helen Keturah Crispin, an English woman, of Sal- 
combe, Devonshire. He was a druggist and physician in 
Philadelphia, a surgeon in the loyal army, a druggist 
and physician in New York, and again in Philadelphia. 

457. Almira Ann.— B. May 15, 1831. 

458. Francis. -B. June 10, 1833. 

Children of John, No. 250, and of Esther Griffin. 

459. Abraham. — B. December 4, 1792 ; d. 1866; intermarried 
in 1821, with Elizabeth Ellis, b. February 25, 1803, d. 
July 13, 1868. 

460. John. — B. 1798; intermarried with Sarah Thorp, of 
Weston, Conn. ; d. there. 

461. Grissel.— B. 1796. 

462. Betsey. — B. about 1800; m. to Daniel Cray, formerly of 
Stratford, Conn., but afterward of Chemung, New York. 
Children ; one, called variously Esther, Hester, and Gris- 
sel, who was married and left a child, Gerard ; the other, 
Susan, who was married to Smith Hart, and lived at 
Chemung. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 97 

463. Legrand. — />. September 15, L809 ; intermarried, January 
4, L830, with Lucretia T. Conklin, of Chemung. In 1837, 
removed to Dixon, Lee County, 111. His wife died No- 
vember 26, 1853, aged 41. lie intermarried, June 20, 

1854, with Maria Darker, of Quorndoo, Leicestershire, 
England, b. September 23, 1827. The second wife is an 
easy and graceful writer for the magazines. 

Children of Benjamin, No. 249, and of Hannah Wynkoop, 

No. 179. 

464. Harriet.— B. May 19, 1797. 

465. Julia Antoinette.— B. April 18, 1799; d. September 23, 

1855, at Bellevue, Iowa ; m. April 29, 1827, to William 
Seaward, b. July 9, 1799. Children : Amos, b. March 29, 
1828, d. July 6, 1829 ; Benjamin Wynkoop, b. January 
29,1830; Hannah Jane, b. October' 10, 1832; Ophelia 
Cecilia, b. November 3, 1835 ; William Tell, b. June 9, 
1838. 

466. Alonzo llus. — B. June 17, 1801, at Chemung. Attended 
school at Geneva, New York, and. afterwards taught in 
that vicinity, and so found an opening in the book store 
of Col. James Bogert, who afterwards took him into 
partnership. June 8, 1837, he intermarried with Phebe 
Heermans, niece of Joseph Fellows, agent of the Pult- 
ney estate, b. Scranton, Penn., July 4, 1818, d. of Philip 
Heermans and Mary Fellows, the latter born in Worcester- 
shire, England. In the fall of that year, he returned to 
the old farm of Major William W^ynkoop, at Chemung, 
where he ever after resided. Died September 15, 1874. 

467. Almira.— B. July 19, 1803. 

468. Ninoiia Theban. — B. August 19, 1805; intermarried, 
February 11, 1833, at Chemung, with Christiana Moore, 
b. at Minisink, Orange Co., March 3, 1812. Her mother's 
maiden name was Fullerton. He died at Bellevue, Iowa, 
March 31, 1869 ; and his family removed to Howell's 
Station, Orange County, New York. 

469. Nile Frost. — B. November 9, 1807 ; intermarried, October 
15, 1840, with Sarah Ann Heermans, sister of Phebe 
above mentioned, b. May 23, 1820. They live on a part 
of the old farm of Major William Wynkoop. 

470. Ann.— B. January 25, 1810. 

471. Archimedes Burr. — B. June 6, 1812. In California at 
last accounts. 

472. Cornelia Amanda. — B. October 0,1814; m. October 15, 
1840, to Daniel James Watkins, b.iu Orange County, May 
9, 1808, s. of Hon. Samuel Watkins, b. March 25*, 1709, 

13 



98 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

and of Mary Booth, b. September 25, 1771 . Children : 
William Wynkoop, b. in Chemung County, August 16, 
1841, died March 2, 1844 ; William Wynkoop, b. in Yazoo 
County, Mississippi, March 19, 1845; George Torre.y, b. 
at Bellevue, Jackson County, Iowa, January 23, 1848, d. 
October 13, 1849; Mary Hannah, b. January 25, 1850; 
Daniel James, b. July 19, 1852 ; Cornelia, b. March 27, 
1856, d. September 12, 1857. 

473. William Tell.— B. May 25, 1817; intermarried, February 
28, 1850, with Sarah Jane Booth, b. March 19, 1823, d. of 
Hon. John B. Booth, b. June 1, 1792, and of Harriet Hous- 
ton, b. August 16, 1794 ; intermarried December 30, 1817. 
He died January 30, 1870, of injuries received in the 
running away of a span of young horses attached to a 
sleigh. For some years previous to his death, he had 
been an elder of the Presbyterian Church at Bellevue. 

474. Delia.— B. August 29 3 1819. 

Children of Gershom No, 251, and of Martha McFarlin. 

475. Elizabeth.— £. May 3, 1814; m. July 14, 1838, to Gard- 
ner W. Spencer; d. January 2, 1853. 

476. William. — D. aged nine months. 

477. Peter.— B. October 9, 1816; d. July 25, 1843, unmarried. 

478. Alice Preston.— B. August 27, 1818, at Tioga ; m. March 
17, 1836, to Cyrus Gates, b. December 4, 1808, s. of Jona- 
than Gates and Lucy Farwell, all of Rutland, Yt. They 
live at Webster, Monroe County, ^N~. Y. 

479. Delia.— B. February 10, 1821 ;' m. July 4, 1844, to Patrick 
McCormack, s. of Bernard and Ellen McCormack, natives 
of Ireland. He was born June 21, 1821; d, December 27, 
1861. 

480. Grissel Ann. — B. August 3, 1823. Lives at Bochester, 
Monroe Co., single. 

481. Julia Miranda.— B. April 27, 1825 ; m. September 3, 1848, 
to William B. Gray, b. July 24, 1821. 

482. Hannah Jerusha.— B. May 14, 1827 ; m. January 1, 1846, 
to Ebenezer Pierce, s. of Seth Pierce and Abigail Serib- 
ner. She died April 13, 1853. Her husband and her 
only child were buried on the same day, three years be- 
fore. 

483. Encie Jane.— B. April 7, 1829; m. September 16, 1849, 
to Cullen Townsend Gillett, b. September 17, 1821, s. of 
Joab Gillett and Mary Townsend, who were born in Con- 
necticut. Cullen died September 20, 1863. 



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WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 99 



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Children of Rev. Peter Silvester, No. 255, and of Margaret 

Gosman. 

484. Peter Silvester. — Born May 16, 1818; intermarried, June 
2, 1846, with Elizabeth Milier, b. July 1, 1827. He was 
well known at Hudson, K Y., where he kept a book store. 

485. Robert Gosman. — Eesident of Syracuse. His wife, Car- 
rie C. Wood, died there March 18, 1870, in her forty -nioth 
year. 

486. Jonathan Gosman. — Intermarried, May 8, 1856, with Mary 
J. Hawley. Resident of Syracuse. 

487. Francis Silvester. — Born September 1, 1830 ; intermarried, 
May 9, 1864, with Rachel Van Vleck, b. November 21, 
1839, d. of James Van Vleck and of Maria Hasbrouck. 
She died October 29, 1868, and Francis died June 29, 
1877. He kept a book store at Kingston. 

488. Lydia Silvester.— Wife of Samuel Mills Lasell; d. May 
11, 1857, at Syracuse. 

489. Joanna Gosman, — Resident of Brooklyn, E. D. 

490. Eliza.— Wife of Rev. Dr. Elbert S. Porter, formerly Edi- 
tor of the Christian Intelligencer. He was settled at Chat- 
ham, K Y., 1842-9, and at William sburgh, N. Y., now 
Brooklyn, E. D., 1849—. 

491. Margaret Wright.— Born May 9, 1827 5 d. February 2, 
1861; m. July 7, 1858, to Rev. Anson Du Bois, 1 of the 



1 Louis Du Bois, born near Lisle, France, October 27, 1626, to escape per- 
secution, removed to Mannheim, in the Palatinate, where be married, Oc- 
tober 10, 1655, and thence to Kingston, N. Y., about 1660, with his wife, 
Catharine Blancon, or Blanshan, and their children, Abraham and Isaac. 
Louis died about 1696, and his wife about 1706. Jacob, third child of 
Louis and Catharine, was born in Kingston, and baptized there October 
9,1661; d. June, 1745. His wife was Gerretje Gerritsen Van Nieuwkirk. 
Barent, second child of Jacob and Gerretje, b. May 3, 1693, m. 1715, his 
cousin Jakomyntje, b. October 30, 1693, first child of Solomon, named be- 
low. Jonathan, fifth child of Barent and Jakomyntje, was the husband 
of No. " 112," Helena. Johannes, eleventh child of Jacob and Gerretje, 
was the husband of No. "47," Judith. 

Solomon, sixth child of Louis and Catharine, b. 1670, d. 1759, m. 1692, 
Tryntje Gerritsen Van Nieuwkirk, sister to Gerretje, above named, and 
their first child was Jakouiyntje, above named. Benjamin, third child of 
Solomon and Tryntje, b. May, 1697; d. at Catskill, 1767; m. March 30, 
1721, Catharine Scrylant, b. April, 1696. Isaac, son of Benjamin and 
Catharine, b. June 1, 1731; d. October 8, 1795; m. May 28, 1752, Lana 
S;. innions, b. February 14, 1729, d. February 23, 1793. Joel, son of Isaac 
and Lana, b. May 25, 1762 ; d. April 29, 1844 ; m. his cousin, Aunetje Du Bois, 



100 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Reformed Clmrcli. He was bom at Catskill, August 29, 
1821. They had one child, Francis Wyukoop, b. October 
30, 1860, d. October 28, 1864. 

Anson Du Bois was graduated at the Theological 

Seminary, Xew Brunswick, in 1850 ; settled as Missionary 

at Thousand Islands until 1854; Pastor 2d Eeformed 

Church, Kingston, until 1859 ; Corresponding Secretary 

Board of Domestic Missions Eeformed Church until 1862 ; 

Pastor 2d Eeformed Church, Schenectady, until 1869 ; at 

an English and classical school, and as Missionary at 

Amelia C. H., Virginia, until 1870 ; Pastor Eeformed 

Church, Flatlands, Kings County, since December, 1870. 

492. Anna Gosman. — Born February 4, 1833; m. June 11, 

1862, to Rev. Anson Du Bois. Children : Louis Anson, b. 

September 27, 1863 j Arthur, b. November 8, 1864 ; Henry 

Reynolds, b. November 28, 1868. 

£^jutfcx 493. Mary Jane. — Wife of Eldredge Simpson, M.D., a drug- 

/ gist at Toronto, and afterward at Montreal. 

494. Catharine. — Eesident of Syracuse. 

Children of Augustus, No. 262, and of Anna Whiting. 

495. Augustus Whiting. — B. April 7, 1844; intermarried at 
Utica, October 8, 1873, with Mary L., b. April 26, 1846, d. 
of Enoch B. Tallcott, and Mary G. Doolittle. 1 Eesident 
at Kinderhook. 

496. Mary Jane.— B. July 29, 1845. 

497. Henry Silvester.— B. August 5, 1846. 

498. Elizabeth.— B. January 16, 1848. 

Children of Francis S., No. 263, and of Sarah F. Elmendorf. 

499. Mary Bruyn.— B. August 18, 1850 ; m. January 29, 1874, 
to Frederick A. Booth. 

500. Elizabeth Elmendorf.— B. October 16, 1853. 

501. Catharine.— B. December 1, 1857; d. April 26, 1863. 

502. Henrietta. -£. April 3, 1860. 



&. March. 17, 1769, d. May 11, 1846. Isaac J., sou of Joel and Annetje, h. 
January 19, 1789 . d. October 3, 1858 ; m., January 4, 1816, Catharine Hun- 
ter, b. April 7, 1789, d. April 4. 1858. Anson, son of Isaac J. and Catharine, 
was the husband of No. "491," Margaret W., and of No. "492," Auna G. 
Cornelius, seventh child of Solomon and Tryntje, m. Margaret Hoogteyling ; 
and their seventh child, Leah, m. No. "62," Cornelius D. 

Record of the family of Louis Du Bois, pp. 9, 10, 30-32, 34, 36, 43, 44, 
and Rev. Anson Du Bois. 

1 Tallcott Pedigree, p. 146. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 101 

Children of Cornelius P., No. 267, and of Margaret M. 

Cruikshank. 

503. Peter P.— 7>\ March 10, 1847; resident of Milford, Del. 

504. Emily Thompson.— £. March 20, 1849. 

505. Robert Cruikshank.— B. February 22, 1851. 

Child of Anthony R., No. 268, and of Ellen D. Jansen. 
506.— Anna jane.— B. November 10, 1837 ; w. of J. M. McNiel. 

Child of Hardenbergh, No. 269, and of Sarah M. Krom. 

507. Anna Roosa.— B. April 8, 1839 ; m July 15, 1863, to Derick 
C. Wynkoop, No. " 513." Resident of Kingston. 

Children of Cornelius, No. 273, and of Harriet Sparling. 

508. John Johnson. — B. February 1, 1830, at. Hurley, Ulster 
County, New York ; intermarried, October 29, 1850, with 
Caroline Matilda Du Bois, of New York City, d. of Elisha 
Du Bois and of Sarah Pinckney. Lithographer at Phila- 
delphia. 

509. Charlotte.- Two years younger; died six years old. 

510. Elizabeth Ann.— B. August 9, 1833; wife of Staats 
Cheeseborough, and afterward of Henry Fisk. Lives at 
San Francisco. 

511. George C. — B. July 4,1840; intermarried with Matilda 
McGill, who was drowned in 1865, in the East River, by 
the upsetting of a row boat. George and his mother 
have been living at Virginia City, Nevada. 

Children of George, No. 275, and of Eleanor S. Davis. 

512. Mary Buckbee.— B. March 2, 1840; wife of Joseph 
Middagh. 

513. Derick Cornelius. — B. August 16, 1841 ; intermarried, July 
15, 1803, with Anna R. Wynkoop, No. "507." 

514. James Davis. — B. February 28,1843. Resident of New 
York City. 

515. Eleanor Elizabeth.— .B.August 16,1844; d. June 18, 1852. 

Child of George, No. 275, and of Sarah C. Dumond. 

516. George Jansen. -B. March 20, 1848 ; d. March 23, 1849. 

Children of Peter, No. 284, and of Margaret Quackenbos. 

517. Catharine.— B. September 7, 1786; d. November 4, 1796. 

518. Sarah.— B. June 24, 1788; m. June 4, 1809, to Jos- 
eph Packard; d. January 31, 1842. Joseph Packard, 



102 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

b. May — , 1870, ' at Petersham, Mass. ; d. Albany, No- 
vember 8, 1861 ; s. of Isaac Packard and Eunice Rawson. 
Children : Oscar, b. New York, April 19, 1810; m. Fannie 
Wortliington, November 20, 1815, b. July 17, 1817 ; d. of 
Gad Worthington and Fanny Belden, of Lennox, Mass. ; 
Wynkoop, h.. Johnstown, K. Y., Julv 22, 1811; d. July — , 
1861, XL S. Army, in Texas ; Sarah, b. April — , 1813 ; 
Harriet, b. August 20, 1811. ' m. August — , 1838, Jacob 
H. Shear, b. August 27, 1809, died, Albany, January 31, 
1871. s. of Jacob Shear and Mary Tripp ; Charles 
Isaac, b. October 21, 1816, m. May — , 1810, to Hester 
Brooks; Joseph, b. October 1, 1818, nt. April 9, 1856, to 
Catharine V. Hilton, b. 1831, d. of Judge Robert I. Hilton 
and Margaret A. Van Yorst ; George Washington, b. Sep- 
tember 5. 1820 ; John Quackenbos, b. November 26, 1822 ; 
Eobert Lafayette, b. January 25, 1825; Catharine Marga- 
ret, b. February 26, 1827; d. N. Y., January 22, 1812; 
Benjamiu Franklin, b. July 1, 1829; Julianna Greenleaf, 

b. February 7. 1833, m. — , 1861, J Gordon 

Welles. 

519. Harriet— B. April 21, 1790 ; d. June 28, 1791. 

520. Derick.— B. Januarv 13, 1792 ; d. August 28, 1792. 

521. Harriet.— £. November 23, 1793; m. August 11, 1816, to 
Oliver Dunning, merchant, b. August 28. 1782, d. at Xew 
York, January 28, 1856. Harriet died February 1, 1875. 
Oliver was son of Timothy Dunning, of Goshen, Orange 
Countv, and of Abigail Nostras. Children: Adeline, b. 
May 26, 1817, d. June 11, 1817; James, b. May 20, 1818, 
d. June 10, 1818 ; William Henry, b. August 11, 1819, m. 
April 13, 1851, to Eliza A. Bogardus, b. October 28, 1830, 
daughter of William Bogardus, lawyer; Charles Edward, 
b. June 5, 1822, m. May 21, 1851, to M. M. Petriken, d. 
March 9, 1855 ; Theodore Wynkoop, b. August 8, 1826 ; 
Caroline Matilda, b. March 5, 1827, d. August 1, 1827; 
Augustus, b. July 11, 1828, d. July 11, 1828. 

522. John Quackenbos.— Physician. B. June 26, 1796; d. 
September 1, 1821 ; single. 

523. Richard, Rev.— B. December 16, 1798, at :New York; d. 
April 5, 1812, at Hagerstown, Md. ; intermarried, August 
10, 1825, with Catharine, b. February 10, 1795; d. of 
James Schureman, of Kew Brunswick, New Jersey, and 
of Eleanor Williamson; d. May 18, 1817. Was graduated 
from Columbia College 1819 ; studied Theology at the 
Eeformed Dutch Seminary at isew Brunswick, and com- 
pleted his studies with Eev. Dr. Robert McCartee, of New 
York ; was licensed to preach April 5, 1826, by the Sec- 
ond Presbytery of Xew York, Associate Eeformed ; served 



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as missionary of the Dutch Church at Cato, New York, 
in the winter of L826-7 ; Pastor of the General Assembly 
Presbyterian Church at Yorktown, Westchester County, 
New York, 1827-1834, during which time sixteen were 
added on examination and four on certificate ; and of a 
church of the same order at Hagerstown, Md., until his 
death. During his ministry in the latter church, it re- 
turned to its old connection with the Associated Reformed 
body 5 a suit in chancery ensued, he prepared his own 
answer, and obtained leave of the Vice-chancellor to be 
heard personally on behalf also of the other defendants, 
the ruling elders, but the suit was never ready for hearing, 
on the part of the complainants. His widow returned to 
New Brunswick in 1843. A more extended account of 
him (of which the dates, however, are not all of them 
exact), and an appreciative description of his characteris- 
tics, may be found in Yol. IX., Annals Amer. Pulpit. 
Brief mention of him is also made in a Historical Sermon, 
by Rev. W. J. Cummin g, of the Yorktown Church. 

A course of law study has been erroneously attributed 
to him. His brother's legal education has been somewhat 
currently transferred to himself. 

He found the church at Yorktown in chronic trouble of 
many years 7 standing. Under the influence of a former 
pastor, congregational views of church polity had been 
inculcated ; the functions of the eldership had been 
ignored ; vacancies in that office were purposely left un- 
filled, and finally the remaining elder and nine other mem- 
bers of the church were excommunicated in 1806. These 
expelled Presbyterians reorganized, and on the petition 
of thirty-three persons were constituted a church, June 
10, 1800, under the care of the Presbytery of Hudson. 
They had been reincorporated, March 4, 180G, as the 
" First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown, settled upon 
the plan of the Church of Scotland." The Congregation- 
alists had been also reincorporated, on the 5th of March, 
1S00, under the same name with the Presbyterians, and 
they chose two " elders," under a resolution, which left 
their functions and powers vague. They remained in 
connection with the Associated Presbytery of Westches- 
ter. They were ejected in a law suit, May 18, 1807, and 
subsequently came out in their true colors, as Congrega- 
tional ists. 

While Mr. Wynkoop was pastor of this Presbyterian 
Church, which was now connected with the Presbytery of 
Bedford, another minister of the same Presbytery admin- 
istered sealing ordinances to the Congregational Church 



104 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

of Yorktown. Charges against him were laid before the 
Presbytery, under Mr. Wynkoop's auspices, but he was 
acquitted. The Synod of New York reversed the decis- 
sion. This action of the pastor has been criticised as 
having widened the breach, and postponed the day of 
restoration. No wholesome restoration could have been 
effected; it is doubtful whether even a troublous one 
could have been made, until the active participants, and 
interested spectators of the earlier strife should have 
passed away, and until the seceders could fully abandon 
their Congregationalism. These results coincided in May, 
1866, when the Congregational Church dissolved itself, 
voted to sell its property, and gave certificates of good 
standing to its members. On the 5th of August, of the 
same year, the Presbyterian Church received such certified 
members to its membership, and thus the long and bitter 
strife, accompanied by social and family antagonism was 
happily closed. The church appears now to be quiet, 
contented, and prosperous. Mr. Wyukoop had laid the 
foundation for this long before, by the able presentation to 
both churches, and to the community, of the origin of the 
strife, and of the chief motive of the antagonists, and of 
the resulting status of the churches respectively. Con- 
gregationalism made the breach ; re-adoption of Presby- 
terian principles by the straying portion of the flock, 
brought them back. 

The genial and earnest friend of Mr. Wynkoop, who 
communicated a paper to Dr. Sprague for the Annals of 
the American Pulpit, in which he gave appreciative and 
ample description of his moral, intellectual, and physical 
characteristics, nevertheless withheld his approval from 
Mr. Wynkoop's course with reference to the difficulties in 
the Hagerstown church, and was "far from denying that 
his peculiar constitution may have sometimes led him into 
mistakes on this and on other occasions." This may have 
the more weight, as coming from a firm friend, and there- 
fore, to keep the criticism within its just proportions, over 
against it should be stated the fact, that the writer was 
an attendant on the services of the church, but not en- 
rolled as a member, and, from his attitude, as well as his 
temperament, could not sympathize with any uncomforta- 
ble proceedings to maintain its order and discipline. 
524. Jefferson, Rev. — B. September 11, 1801; intermarried, 
September 15, 1824, with Jane Scott Shaw, d. of James 
Shaw, Sheriff of New York. Received a Collegiate edu- 
cation, partly at Union College, partly at Columbia. 
Studied law with John Anthon, and had completed the 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 105 

course, when his ardent desire for the ministry prevailed, 
and he studied Theology at the Seminary, New Brunswick, 
receiving license 1824. Was a pastor in the Reformed 
Dutch Church at Hempstead, Kockland County, and 
Ramapo, 1825-183(3 ; at Athens, 1838-40 ; subsequently 
in' the Presbyterian Church at Gilberts ville, Delhi, and 
Cuba, Alleghany County, New York, and has had success- 
ful pastorates. He is also well known for his advocacy, 
on behalf of the u Society lor the Amelioration of the Con- 
dition of the Jews." Resides at Cuba. 

525. Catharine Ann. — B. September 27, 1804 ; d. November 1, 
1805. 

526. Eliza.— B. November 13, 1809 ; d. November 27, 1809. 

527. Julia Anna.— B. September 9, 1811; m. April 10, 1834, 
to LockwoodKing Campbell, b. December 13, 1809, s. of 
John Campbell and Rachel Mead. They live at Fresh 
Pond, near Huntington, New York. Children: Julia 
Anna, b. October 26, 1836, m. November 10, 1857, to Albert 
G. Mulford, s. of Elias Mulford and Hannah Smith, of 
Fresh Pond; John Wynkoop, b. September 17, 1838, 
intermarried May 6, 1871, with Agnes G. Shipman, d. of 
Charles William Shipman and Abigail Culver Williams, 
of Deep River, Conn. ; Virginia Wvnkoop, b. March 11, 
1842, d. February 3, 1866 ; Pauline, b. October 27, 1843, 
d. June 25, 1850; Harriet Matilda, b. June 26, 1845, m. 
January 1, 1868, to William H. Valentine, s. of Stephen 
H. Valentine and Hannah Hendrickson, of Dix Hills, L. 
I. ; Emily, b. February 17, 1847, m. October 15, 1870, to 
Charles W. Bullock, s. of Jacob Todd Bullock and Har- 
riet L. Edick, of Windsor, Broome Co., N. Y. 

Children of Evert C, No. 291, and of Rachel Hardenburgh. 

528. Cornelius E.—B. August 2, 1787. From 1801 to 1807, he 
was with Samuel Norsworthy, a merchant of New York. 
Afterwards he settled upon the old homestead at Stone- 
ridge, Marbletown, Ulster County, whence he removed to 
the neighborhood of Rhinebeck Village. He was a Major- 
General of militia, and so came to be commonly known y 

as General. His wife, Ann Hardenburgh * died about t/f'rC^ 
1858. 

529. Dinah Maria. B.April 10, 1789; d. June 21, 1841, un- 
married. 

530. Cornelia.— B. February 7, 1791; wife of John De Witt, 
of Somerville, N. J. 

531. Jacob Rutsen. — B. January 4, 1800; intermarried, April 
22, 1822, with Blandina Delamater; d. July 8, 1843. 

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106 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

L*&& Children of Evert, No. 307, and of Penelope Border. 

532. John H. — Intermarried with Lydia Yates, of Montgom- 
ery County, N. Y. Liyes at Augusta, 111. 

533. Mary.— M. February 18, 1846, to George Wells ; d. No- 
yember, 1850. 

Children of Evert, No. 307, and of Elizabeth Putnam. 

534. Harriet.— IT. March 18, 1850, to Henry Wells; tf. Novem- 
ber, 1852. 

535. Lewis.— D. April 19, 1843. 

536. Horace M. — Intermarried, October 31, 1860, with Oliye 
L. Williams. Liyes at Detroit. 

537. Charles. — B. in infancy. 

538. Hannah. — Wife of William Carson, Jr. Children: Wil- 
lie, Charlie, and May ; the first two dead. 

539. Garret. — Living at Detroit. 

Children of Evert, No. 310, and of Eunice Van Wie Winne. 

540. Margaret Pulver. — B. January 18, 1824; d. January 14, 
1859. 

541. John E. — B. January 12, 1826 ; intermarried, September 
10, 1856, with Eosalie Jaubert. Was lost with the steamer 
Evening Star, which was wrecked October 3, 1866. 

542. William, — B. January 21, 1828 ; intermarried, Xoyember 
5, 1853, with Mary Coan. In the war for the Union he 
was in the 17th Eegt. IN. Y. Volunteers. Afterward he 
was in Co. B, 7th U. S. Cavalry. 

543. Simon Veeder. — B. January 11, 1830 ; d. February 20, 
1832. 

Children of Evert, No. 310, and of Jane Barhight Abbey. 

544. Ira Augustus. — B. November 27, 1837 j died in his seven- 
teenth year. 

545. Henry.— B. October 3, 1840. Was in the 32d Eegt, X. 
Y. Volunteers. After the war was in Co. D, 24th Eegt. 
U. S. Infantry. At last accounts he was living in Mis- 
sissippi. 

546. Abby Jane.— J5. March 5, 1845. Wife of John Bailey. 

Children of Abraham, No. 313, and of Susannah Albright. 

547. Joshua. — B. October 27, 1834; intermarried, February 
13, 1856, with Elizabeth Allen ; d. October 21, 1856. 

548. Jacob. — B. January 31,1836,- intermarried, December 
27, 1860, with Maggie Bradt. 



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549. Margaret.— B. March 6, 1837; m. November, 1856, to 
John Van Olinda. 

550. Peter. — Z>. May 3, 1838. This Peter seems to have been 
Sergeant 3Gth Begt., Co. F, Capt. Gnstavns Dnpin, May 
13,1861. (N. Y. Muster Rolls.) Also in the 28th New 
York. 

551. Elizabeth.— #. February 7, 1840; m. January 17, 1861, to 
Ephraim Cook. * 

552. Sarah.— B. March 22, 1842 ; d. April 18, 1843. 

553. Sarah — B. May 15, 1844. 

554. Maria.—/?. September 26, 1845; m. December 22, 1864, 
to Leonard Litchfield. 

555. Emeline.— B. February 17, 1848 ; d. August 23, 1852. 

556. William.— B. May 3, 1849. 

557. Anna.— B. February 7, 1852. 

558. John I. — J5. February 16, 1855. 

559. Isaac A.— B. January 29, 1857. 

Child of Peter, No. 314, and of Magdalene Long. 

560. Joshua P.— B. January 4, 1830 ; d, March 18, 1863, from 
injury by the railroad cars, West Albany. 

Children of Peter, No. 314, and of Jane Long. 

561 Magdalene.— B. July 23, 1840; m. November 4, 1863, to 
Erastus C. Brown. 

562. Leonard. -B. January 27, 1843. 

563. Hannah M.— B. December 6, 1849. 

564. Carrie L.-B. February 16, 1859. 

Children of Jacob, No. 315, and of Ellen Carhart. 

565. Peter.— B. March 12, 1829; intermarried with Elizabeth 
Terrell. 

566. Ann Eliza.— B. April 15, 1831. Wife of Lansing Beebe. 

567. Evert.— Born and died in 1833. 

568. Joshua. — B. 1835; intermarried with Amelia Brady. 

569. Sarah Jane.— B. 1837; wife of William Gordon. 

570. John. — B. 1839; intermarried with Eliza Shurman. 

571. James H.— B. 1841. 

572. Henrietta.— #. 1843; m. January 5, 1864, to Barent Ten 
Eyck, b. August 19, 1842, ,s*. of Anthony Jacob Ten Eyck 
and Cornelia Vanderpoel. Children : Caroline, b. March 
23,1865; Emeline C, b. November 2, 1867, d. July 19, 
1868. 

573. Elizabeth.— B. 1845; m. to Peter Hagle. 



108 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Everett H., No. 318, and of Maria Post. 

574. William. — B. 1823 ; intermarried with Susan Snyder. 

575. Evert — B. June 28, 1826 ; intermarried with Alida Rus- 
sell. 

576. Isaac. — B. June 28, 1829 ; intermarried with Hannah 
Homniel and with Kate Champlaine. 

577. Cornelius Persen.— B. June 2, 1832. 

578. Asa.— B. May 9, 1838. 

Children of Henry, No. 320, and of Nelly Myndertse. 

579. Hezekiah.— B. March 29, 1816 ; d. in infancy. 

580. Myndert. — B. Xoveinber 5, 1818; intermarried, March 12, 
1851, with Mary Elizabeth Wynkoop Schoonmaker, b. 
January 26, 1833, d. of Egbert P. Schoonmaker and of 
Nelly Wynkoop, No. " 334." 

581. Hezekiah. — B. May 19, 1823; intermarried with Leiza 
Huyck. 

582. Henry. — B. November 10, 1830; intermarried, March 8, 
1854, with Anna Jane Story, d. of Francis Story and Jane 
Overbaugh. 

Children of Henry, No. 320, and of Hannah Wynkoop. 

583. Eleanor Elizabeth Eltinge. — B. October 21, 1835 ; m. Oc- 
tober 26, 1853, to John M. Schoonmaker. Live at Sauger- 
ties. 

584. Maria C. T.—B. August, 1843; m. January 16, 1867, to 
John H. Gammer. 

Child of Peter, No. 324, and of Elizabeth Longedyk. 

585. Annetje. (Ann.)— B. September 29, 1817. 

Child of Hezekiah, No. 337, and of Hannah Low. 

586. Jenny. — Born about 1858. 

Children of Tobias, No. 342, and of Ella McKeene. 

587. Josephine. 

588. Annie. 

589. Tobias. 

Child of Alonzo, No. 362, and of Catharine Miller. 

590. Catharine.— B. about 1864. 



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Children of David, No. 381, and of Emma Morgan. 

591. John.— B. February 4, 1813 ; intermarried with Caroline 
Olinda Kingsley, b. .May 7, 1822, d. February 11,1865. 
Lives at Parma Centre, Monroe Co., X. Y. 

592. Ely M.— B. October 19, 1814; d, August 1, 1841; un- 
married. 

593. Isaac William. — B. March 31,1810 5 intermarried, June 
12, 1843, with Mary Ann, d. of George Ren wick, who 
died at Salem, Michigan, and of Phebe Walker. Live at 
Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

594. Thomas Morgan. — B. April 22, 1820; intermarried. May 
28, 1849, with Betsey Roxana Kingsley, b. September 14, 
1832, d. of Alvah Crary Kingsley and Chloe Baker. They 
live in Paradise Township, Grand Traverse Co., Michigan. 
The wife is sister to Caroline above named. 

595. James Rogers. — B. October 16, 1823 ; intermarried, Octo- 
ber 16, 1854, with Susan Yandervoort, b. March 8, 1835, 
d. of Samuel Yandervoort aud Sarah Durie. Farmer at 
Lockport, New York. 

596. Eliza Ann.— B. September 15, 1825 ; m. October 28, 1849, 
to Morris Underwood, b. 1823. Live at Clarence Hollow, 
Erie Co., New York. 

597. Rebecca Watson.— B. October 15,1828; d. March 23, 
1859; unmarried. 

Children of Isaac, No. 382, and of Ann Winder. 

598. Mary Ann.— B. March 18, 1818; m. Jared King; d, July 
6, 1855. Her husband died February — , 1846, leaving no 
children. 

599. Elizabeth. — B. February 12, 1820; m. Aaron Harris, who 
died in the Army in 1863, leaving 12 children. The widow 
was married to Ebenezer Dixon, and lives in Kansas. 

600. James Winder. — B. January 23, 1822 ; intermarried with 
Amanda Golener. 

601. John, — B. December 21,1823; intermarried with Mary 
Ann Pierce. Lives at Murfreesboro, Tenn. 

602. Sarah.— B. February 5,1826; wife of Logan De Witt. 
Their son Cassius M. Clay, b. March 31, 1850, intermarried, 
March 1, 1870, with Mary Ellen, d. of Alexander Robinson 
and Elizabeth Lawrence. Lives at Lebanon. 

603. Mercy.— J?. February 2, 1828; m. Reason Wood; d. 
March 2, 1858. One child, a son. 

604. Bridget.—./?. February 23, 1830; m. William Henry 
Hall, who died in the Army. The widow lives at Whites- 
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110 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

605. Henry Clay. — B. February 9, 1832; intermarried with 
Margaret Harpool. Lives at Lebanon. 

606. Abner. — B. January 16, 1834 ; intermarried with Mary 
Ann Wilson. Lives at Cossmantown, Texas. 

607. Catharine.— B. June 26, 1836; m. Elba Hopkins. 

608. Rebecca Jane. — B. September 8, 1838 ; m. John A. 
Brown. Lives at Lebanon. 

609. Gerardus.— B. August 16, 1840. 

610. David. — B. September 29, 1842; intermarried with Mary 
Jane Fulwider. Lives at Lebanon. 

Children of Matthew B., No. 396, and of Elizabeth Work. 

611. John. 

612. Agnes. 

613. Jane. 

614. Elizabeth. 

Children of Gerardus, No. 398, and of Nancy Farrell. 

615. Mary Ann. — JD. in infancy. 

616. James M. — Was a member of the 1st Ohio Volunteers in 
the war against Mexico. Lived in the South and served 
in the Eebel Army ; was in the engagements at Pensa- 
cola and Shiloh, and was taken prisoner at Murfreesboro. 
Died at Zanesville, O., in 1868. Unmarried. 

617. John B.— Was editor for a short time of the Zanesville 
Aurora. He delivered several addresses before literary 
societies, and contributed leading articles to the Louis- 
ville Courier, and essays and poems to several other jour- 
nals. He died at Raymond, Mississippi, in his eighteenth 
vear. 

618. Matthew Bennett.— B. Zanesville, Ohio, Feb. 16, 1830. 
Intermarried with Susie Vincent Hanlin, of Philadelphia. 
Member of the firm of Wynkoop & Hallenbeck, printers, 
Xew York. 

619. Gerardus. — D. in infancy. 

620. William N.— B. in infancv. 

621. Henry W ,—B. Zanesville, O., December 31, 1837; inter- 
married with Mary Oiucinnata AVilson, at Jackson, Tenn., 
June 4, 1862. She was born August 7, 1841. Is manager 
of the telegraph office at Crestline, O. 

Children of David, No. 399, and of Jane McCune. 

622. Hannah. 

623. Elizabeth. 

624. Margaret, 

625. Matilda. 

626. Julia Ann. 

627. David A. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. Ill 

Children of John, No. 400, and of Jane Mosgrove. 

628. Jane. — B. March 6, 1828 j d. in infancy. 

629. Matthew.— B. March 17, 1829; intermarried, October 2, 

L856, with Elizabeth W. Wright, of Columbia County, 
Penn. They keep a select school at Bloomsburg, in the 
county named. 

630. Mary Ann.— B. July 0, 1831; m. February 2, 1850, to 
Gapt. John C. McNutt, of Clarion County, Penn. He 
keeps a store at Worthville, Jefferson County, same 
State. 

631. Elizabeth Thomasine, — .B.April 13, 1835; m. November 

12. 1803, to Christopher Thompson, farmer, of Mechanics- 
ville, Clarion County. 

632. Isabella F— B. August 16, 1837 ; m. November 27, 1855, 
to Samuel Cole, of Shippensburg, Columbia County. They 
live at Corsica, Jefferson County. 

633. Rebecca I.— B. January 28, ±840; m. May 2, 1SG5, to 
Jesse G. Geist, of Worthville, a miller and lumber dealer. 

634. James H. — B. September 2, 1842; entered the loyal 
army in 1803 ; fell at the battle of Coal Harbor, Ya., and 
died June 3, 1864. 

635. Caroline,— B. September 13, 1844; d. August 9, 1854. 

636. John C .— B. September 15, 1847; d. October 29, 1848. 

Child of William, No. 402, and of Mary Smouse. 

637. David. — Lives, at Watterson's Ferry, Clarion Co., Penn. 

Children of James, No. 406, and of Mary Wood. 

638. David. — Intermarried with Lizzie Farley, of Elizabeth- 
town, Ky., and lives near there. 

639. William. — Intermarried with Jane Mary Soiners, of Knox 
County, Ohio, and lives in that county, a farmer. 

640. Margaretta. — Widow of Norman Bliss. Lives in Jasper 
County, Iowa. 

641. Catharine. 

642. Mary. 

Children of Rev. Stephen R., No. 408, and of Aurelia Mills. 

643. Theodore Stephen, Rev.— B. November 22, 1839. Was 
graduated at Yale College, 1801, studied Theology at 
Princeton, was ordained, and installed pastor of the Sec- 
ond Presbyterian Church, at Huntington, L. I., October 

13, 1804. Subsequently he was a missionary, with his 
station at Allahabad, Northern India. 

644. Gerardus Hillis.— B. June 4, 1843 ; intermarried, May 30, 
1800, with Ann Eliza, d. of Gen. Daniel Phineas Wood- 



112 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

bury, XL S. Engineers, deceased, and of Catherine 
Each el Cliilds. Practicing Physician, New York City. 

Children of Henry, No. 409, and of Lydia Cornell. 

645. Stephen R.— B. February 1, 1835; d. October 6, 1843. 

646. Louisa Ann.— B. September 3, 1836 ; m. January 11, 1860, 
to James B. Jamison. Jiy^*i+t«%£t.,/&***c* t Jk- r 

647. Ellen K.—B. March 8, 1839. 

648. Mary.— B. May 10, 1841. 

649. David.— B. January 20, 1844 ; d. September 11, 1844. 

650. Henry. — B. August 17, 1847 ; intermarried February 17, 
1870, with Emily Mppes. 

651. Harriet S.—B. April 17, 1852. 

Children of Thomas L., No. 412, and of ESizabeth Torbert. 

652. James Torbert. — B. April 8, 1829 ; intermarried, January 
13, 1853, with Eachel Cornell, b. November 4, 1831, d. of 
William Cornell and Margaret Stevens. Farmer, Bucks 
Co., Pa. 

653. Catharine Langstroth. — B. August 11, 1831; m. February 
22, 1854, to Anthony T. Yansant, farmer, Bucks County. 

654. William. — B. July 1, 1835 ; intermarried, January 6, 1859, 
with Eachel A. Blaker, b. March 22, 1841, d. of Joshua 
Corson Blaker and Ann Cevasdale. Enlisted August 5, 
1861, as private 1st 1ST. Y. Cavalry, rose through the posi- 
tions of 1st Sergeant, 2d Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant, to 
Captaincy ; was detailed on the staff of Brig.-Gen. 
Davies, serving as Provost Marshal, Aide-de-Camp, and 
Actg.-Ass't Adj. -General ; was twice wounded, once in 
the ear and once in the foot, the latter May 28, 1864, near 
Salem, C. H., Va. ; was honorably discharged September 
26, 1864. Farming at Watertowu, Bucks County. 

655. Samuel Torbert. — B. September 29,1837; intermarried, 
February 27, 1861, with Eliza Conly Snyder, b. July 14, 
1839, d. of Amos Snyder and Matilda Brown. Farming 
in Bucks Countv. 

656. Thomas Henry,— B. August 28, 1841. Enlisted in 104th 
Penn. Yol. ; was transferred to Gunboat Mound City, 
and was killed in her explosion June 17, 1862, or January 
15, 10G3. 

Children of Gerardus, No. 413, and of Matilda McNair. 

657. Susan Baker.— B. June 1, 1836 ; m. December 30,1868, 
to E. E. Smith, M. D., and settled at NewtoAvn. 

658. Emeline Elizabeth.— B. April 7, 1842; m. February 11, 
1869. 

659. Mary Alice.— B. August 22, 1844. 






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Children of Gerardus, No. 413, and of Isabella Craven. 

660. Matilda Emma.— B. September 29, 1857. 

661. George Craven. — B. January 7, 1859. 

662. Elizabeth.—//. June 1, 1863. 

Children of Christopher L., No. 417, and of Catharine M. 

Wyckoff. 

663. James Stephenson. 

664. Sarah Reynolds.— M. in 1803 to William Shellmire. 

665. Samuel Wyckoff. — Private in the 54th Pennsylvania 
Volunteers. 

666. Mary. 

Children of Garrett, No. 430, and of Julia Adelaide Mountz. 

667. Pamelia Winter. 

668. Mary Emma. 

669. Adrian Garrett. 

670. Julia Adelaide. — Wife of Decius Decimus Carter, M.D., 
of Maryland. 

671. Clara Virginia. — M. 1877, to Rev. James Owen Dorsey, of 
the Episcopal Church. 

672. William Hamilton.— Died 18 months old. 

Children of John W., No. 431, and of Angeline C. Estill. 

673. Francis Murray. — Born 1820; intermarried , 1850, 

with Anna, d. of Major Levi Twiggs, who fell at Chapul- 
tepec, and niece of Com. Decatur. On the 13th of De- 
cember, 1857, while hunting birds to tempt the delicate 
appetite of his wife, a gnu in the hands of his attendant 
accidently discharged its contents into his leg, severing 
the femoral artery, and he died in half an hour. He left 
no children. 

At one time he was Editor of the Miner's Journal, and 
afterward lie established the Anthracite Gazette, Potts- 
ville, Pa. 

When Gov. Shrink called for volunteers for the war 
with Mexico, Francis commanded a regiment of militia 
in Schuylkill County, one of the companies of which vol- 
unteered, and he went with them as a private. At Pitts- 
burgh lie was elected Colonel He was at the capture of 
Vera Cruz, in the battles of Cerro Gordo and Hnamantla, 
and in numerous skirmishes, and exhibited skill and 
bravery. 

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114 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY 

He is honorably mentioned in the Autobiography of 
General Winfield Scott, vol. II., pp. 449 and 568. 

The opposition to the war on the part of the Whigs, oc- 
casioned his leaving them and joining the Democrats. 

Under President Pierce he was D. S. Marshal of the 
Eastern District of Pennsylvania. 

On retiring from office, he made his home at Valencia, 
in the north-easterly corner of Schuylkill County, on the 
line of the Catawissa Bailroad. 

674. Anna Maria.— B. 1821 ■ m. December 26, 1842, to Thomas 
Ives Atwood, b. September 14, 1816, s. of Origen Atwood 
and Roxana Ives, of New Haven. Her husband died 
September 28, 1874. His business was then in New York, 
and his home at Elizabeth, N. J. 

675. Emily.— B. 1824; m. , 1851, Dr. Thomas Kemp- 

ton, who died nine months afterward. In 1854 she 
was married to Ool. William Brindle, of Pennsylvania; d. 
March 15, 1865, at Indianapolis, Ind., and her child, 
Margaret Petrikin, died three hours afterward, aged one 
month. 

676. John Estill. — B. 1826 ; intermarried in 1855 with Har- 
riet, d. of Dr. George Halberstadt, of Pottsville. She 
died in 1861, and he intermarried with her sister, Annie, in 
1864. During the rebellion he was Colonel of the 20th 
Pennsylvania Cavalry, and commanded a brigade at 
Cumberland, Md. 

677. Charles Shippen.- B. 1828; intermarried with Catha- 
rine Carmichael ; d. June 29, 1863, at Petersburg, Ya. 
He took no part in the rebellion. 

678. George. — B. 1830; intermarried in 1852 with Mary 
Trayer. Lieutenant-Colonel 98th Pennsylvania Vol- 
unteers ; was wounded at Chancellorsville, and resigned 
in consequence. Subsequently he was a member of the 
law firm of Bigelow & Wynkoop, Philadelphia. Died 
July 29, 1866, near Kansas City, while crossing the plains, 
leaving no issue. 

679. Edward Wanshaer. — B. 1836 ; intermarried in 1861 with 
Louisa Brown. Major of a Colorado regiment, and did 
perilous and efficient service in New Mexico and against 
the Indians. When perfidy and cruelty were to be prac- 
ticed upon the Indians, he was displaced from a post, and 
a more facile commander was substituted, but he was vin- 
dicated by promotion. He became Indian Agent, and 

. won the confidence of the Indians. 

Children of Henry, No. 433, and of Elizabeth Estill. 

680. George Campbell. — B. 1828; abjasBrmarried, in California, 






WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. LIS 

681. Isabella.—//. October 20, 1834; m. October 16, 1866, to 

Jonas White Cole, of Trenton, 1ST. J. 

Children of George C, No. 434, and of Mary Walker. 

682. Nicholas. — B. December 25, 1831. Lieutenant 7th Penn- 
sylvania Cavalry; Adjutant; killed near Gallatin, Ky., ,, 
August 21, 1862, leaving a wife, Elmira Herman, and c^^t^t^ • 
son, George, aged about seven, and two daughters. 

683. Sarah Elizabeth.— B. March 27, 1833 ; m. May 5, 1858, to 
George Heebner ; d. January 3, 1859. 

684. Helen Campbell.— £. February 27, 1835. 

685. Anna Maria. — B. February 18, 1837; m. to James H. B. 
Warfield. 

686. Mary Pastrome. — B. December , 1838; d, December 8, 
L841. 

687. Isabella Town. — B. September 1, 1840 ; m. November 28, 
1865, to Charles Beck. 

688. Mary Ann.— B. April 2, 1842. 

689. Martha Washington.— B. February 22, 1844; m. Septem- 
ber 22, 1875, to Jonathan Paxson. 

690. Frances Jane. — B. March 27, 1846; m to Joseph Paxson. 

691. George Campbell.— B. 1847. 

692. Clara A.— B. January 27, 1851. 

693. Louisa Paxson.— J?. December 31, 1852. 

694. William Hughes.--!?. February 21, 1855. 

Children of Robert D., No. 453, and of Almira A. Rollins. 

695. John Rollins. — Lived only a few days. 

696. Robert D.— B. August 1, 1843, in New York City ; inter- 
married January 12, 1867, with Isabella Van Winkle. 
Served as a member of Co. C, 21st New Jersey Volun- 
teers. Is now a lawyer in Jersey City. 

697. Catharine Rollins.— B. June 7, 1845 ; d. March 11, 1850, 
of scarlet fever. 

698. Augustus Bartholomew.— B. August 18, 1847 ; d. March 
12, 1850, of same disease. 

699. Fannie Elizabeth.— M. April 13, 1876, to Frank A. Halsey. 

700. Frank Rollins.— B. June 21, 1853, at Bergen, N. J. 

701. Helen Augusta. 

702. Florence Parker.— B. August 18, 1858; d. January 26, 
1864, of diphtheria. 

Children of Benjamin N., No. 454, and of Rachel W. Monge. 

703. Helen Wooddrop.— B. March 21, 1841. 

704. Henry Norman. — B. January 4, 1848. 

705. Joseph Sims. — B. December 22, 1851. 



116 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Joseph Pilmore, No. 455, and of Matilda C. Baird. 

706. George Henry.— B. November 29, 1834; d. June 9, 1876 ; 
m. November 10, 1858, Emma Schelinger, b. June 6, 1839. 

707. Benjamin Joseph.— £. March 18, 1837; m. March 10, 
1866, Martha Ellena Osborn, b. December 5, 1838. 

708. Thomas Pilmore. — B. December 25, 1838: d. November 
2, 1864. 

709. Hannah Matilda.— B. November 8, 1840; m. June 18, 1871, 
Paul Hackadoor Garabedian, b. August 25, 1838. * 

Child of Alfred, No. 456, and of Helen K. Crispin. 

710. Wooddrop.— B. December 1, 1858. 

Children of Abraham, No. 459, and of Betsey Ellis. 

711. Francis Grey. — B. September 13, 1822 ; intermarried, 
May 15, 1850, with Catharine Grassby, of Pennsylvania, 
b. April 3, 1825. Live at Freeport, 111. 

712. Legrand Dempster. — B. November 2, 1824; intermarried 
with Zelia Cornell. Invented a double power water-wheel. 
Lives at Owasso, Mich. 

713. Deborah Lucretia. — B. November 24, 1828; m. November 
26, 1845, to Ferdinand McDuffie, b. March 14, 1815, s. of 
Neal and Anna McDuffie. Live at Orcutt Creek, Bradford 
Co., Penn. Children: Louis Neal, b. March 29, 1855; 
Frank Abram, b. July 5, 1857 ; Anna Yiola, b. July 4, 
1859. 

714. Alida Elizabeth.— B. November 28, 1830; m. to Abram 
Sible. They live at Eapids City, Eock Island Co., 111. 

Children of John, No. 460, and of Sally Thorpe. 

715. William or Henry. 

716. Grissel. 

Children of Legrand, No. 463, and of Lucretia T. Conklin. 

717. Adelaide.—!?. May 18, 1831; d. December 21, 1832. 

718. Helen. — B. August 24, 1833; m. to Samuel H. Leidy, who 
was killed in the army, about the close of the war for the 
Union, leaving children: George, Harriet, Charles, and 
Frank Legrand. She afterward became the wife of John 

yC*. tfi^o^**. Yanarnam, and lived in Nebraska. 

719. Orpah.— B. May 26, 1835; d. July 8, 1835. 

720. Alasco.— B. August 21, 1837; d, September 1, 1838. 

721. Arthur.— B. August 27, 1839 ; d. December 16, 1841. 



WYNKOOl' GENEALOGY. 117 

722. Cecilia.—//. April 11, 1843; wife of Robert E. Bailey. 
Ee served as a private in the 2d Minnesota Infantry; 
re-enlisted with nearly all the regiment, and served as 
hospital steward until the elose of the war. Live at 
Rochester, Minn. 

723. William Conklin.— />'. August 6, 1845. Enlisted in the 
Federal army, and was at Shiloh and several other bat- 
tles. Again enlisted in a Minnesota company, to repress 
Indian disturbances ; and subsequently in a cavalry regi- 
ment for the same purpose, returning home sick. En- 
listed in the 2d Minnesota Veteran Regiment, and served 
as Sergeant-Major until the close of the war; was with 
General Sherman in his march to the sea. Lives at Den- 
ver, Col. 

724. Henry Legrand. — B. January 8, 1850. Lives at Bellevue, 
Iowa. 

Children of Legrand, No. 463, and of Maria Darker. 

725. Lillie May ,— B. November 16, 1858. 

726. Mary Darker.— £. October 15, 1860. 

727. John Frederick.— •#. June 15, 1869; d. November 26, 
3869. 

Children of Alonzo llus, No. 466, and of Phebe Heermans. 

728. Mary Corneille, — B. at Chemung, July 15, 1839 ; m. June 
3, 1863, to Charles Munson Young, of New York, b. at 
Wantage, N. J., September 11, 1834, s. of Silas Young 
and Hul (1 ah Lewis. She died July 17, 1867, leaving a 
son, Charles Munson Young, Jr., b. November 30, 1864. 

729. Harriet Louise.— B. June 6, 1841; m. July 20, 1865, to 
Charles Samuel Farrar, Professor of Vassar College. 

730. Helen Mar.— B. September 7, 1843; m. October 22, 1873, 
to William Waite Everett, of New York City, s. of John 
Everett and Catharine Brown. Their child, Kate, was 
born at Chemung, July 30, 1874. 

731. Josephine. — />. January 9, 1846. 

732. Frank.— H. September 23, 1849; d. April 8, 1874, at 
Wauconda, 111. 

733. Myra Kate.— B. June 9, 1856. 

Children of Ninolia T., No. 468, and of Christiana Moore. 

734. Cecilia Bradner— />. July 29, 1834, at Chemung, N. Y.; 
m. November 20, 1852, to Augustus Gideon Hammond. 

735. Don Alonzo. — B. September 17, 1836; intermarried, Sep- 
tember 18, 1863, with Annie Carroll Coulehan. 



118 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

736. Sarah Louise.— £. ^December 7, 1838; m. June 24, 1859, 
to Edward Ford, of Great Barrington, Mass. : d. July 26, 
1862. 

737. Harriet Cornelia.— B. January 1,1841, at Phillipsburgh, 
Orange County ; m, November 10, 1866, to Henry James 
Hall. 

738. Anne Elizabeth.— £. April 13, 1842. 

739. Mary Isabella.— B. April 5, 1844, at Thebandale, Orange 
County. 

740. Phebe Delia.— B. May 11, 1846; m. November 23, 1870 
to Edgar Seaburn Colten. 

741. Emma Georgiana. — B. June 22, 1850, at Wyoming, Stark 
Co., 111. 

742. Kate.— B. December 29, 1852. 

743. Alice Almira. — B. March 19, 1856, at Bellevue, Jackson 
Co., Iowa. 

Children of Nile Frost, No. 469, and of Phebe Heermans. 

744. Guy. — B. at Chemung, July 15, 1841 ; d, August 30, 
1864. He left school when nearly prepared for college, 
and joined the 10th New York Cavalry. While defending a 
ford, his party were surrounded and Guy was taken pris- 
oner, and was sent to the pen at Andersonville, where he 
died. 

745. Sayer. — He served three years in the loyal army, and re- 
turned in safety. B. March 12, 1844 ; m. November 23, 
1875, at Zilwaukee, Mich., Arabella Clark. 

746. Delia Antoinette.— I?. September 29, 1846 ; m. December 
26, 1872, to Henry Sayre Bridgeman, of Rockstream, 
N. Y., son of Lewis H. Bridgeman and Angelia Sayre. 
Child : Guy Wynkoop, b. October 13, 1873. 

747. Alice Louise.— i?. September 1,1852; m. February 26, 
1874, to Charles Rockwell, of Burlington, Pa. Their child, 
Alice L., was born February , 1876. 

748. Philip Heermans.— B. September 25, 1854. 

749. Ada Bell.— B. October 31, 1857. 

750. Joe Frost.— B. May 26, 1864. 

Children of William T., No. 473, and of Sarah J. Booth. 

751. Isabella Houston. — B. September 30, 1851, at Bellevue, 
Jackson County, Iowa. 

752. Benjamin Booth.— B. August 7, 1853. 

753. Ella M.— B. Februarv 7, 1856. 

754. Myra D.—B. August 26, 1858. 

755. Edwin V.— B. December 2, 1860. 

756. Kitty.— B. October 6, 1863; d, September 12, 1869. 

757. William Trott.— B. September 12, 1865. 



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Nintf) ©feneration. 

Children of Peter Silvester, No. 484, and of Elizabeth Miller. 

758. Henry Miller.— B. April 17, 1847. 

759. Peter Silvester.— 7?. September 7, 1849. 

760. Maggie Gosman. — B. August 5, 1852. 
> 761. Mary Miller.— B. February 22, 1855. 

762. Lizzie Miller.— B. February 19, 1857. 

763. Stephen Miller.- B. April 22, 1859. 

764. John Gosman. — B. July 4, 1801 ; cl. January 14. 18G5. 

765. Fred. I.— B. February 16, 1804. 

Child of Robert G., No. 485, and of Carrie C. Wood. 

766. Fanny O.—M. November 21, 1872, to Charles T. Redfield. 
Child of Francis S., No. 487, and of Rachel Van Vleck. 

j 767. Lydia Silvester.— B. May 2, 1805- d, December 20, 1865. 
Children of John Johnson No. 508, and of Caroline M. Dubois. 

768. John Franklin.— B. August 9. 1851, at New York. 

769. Carrie Maud.— B. November 13, 1853. 

770. Cornelius Dubois.— B. October 4, 1856. 

Children of Rev. Richard, No. 523, and of Catharine Schure- 

man. 

771. Julia Anna.— B. New York City, July 11, 1826; m. De- 
cember 6, 1848, to William Charles Brewster, b. May 30, 
1816, s. of Samuel Brewster and Eliza C. Strang. They 
live near Dykeman Station, Putnam Co., N. Y. Children: 
Samuel, b. November 3, 1852, d. May 24, 1853 ; Virginia 
Dunning, b. December 9, 1855 ; Julia Anna, b. January 
2, 1858. 

772. Richard.— B. Yorktown, Westchester Co., June 29, 1829. 
Lived at Hagerstown, Md., 1834-43 ; at New Brunswick, 
N. J., until 1849, during which time he was in the Rutgers 
College Grammar School, and Rutgers College, leaving 
with the degree of B.A. Studied law, in New York City, 
with David Dudley Field and James Schureman Sluyter ; 
afterward was law clerk for Edwin W. Stoughton and 
Madison G. Harrington, 1851-3, and again 1853-4, having 
been in the interval with Ellis, Burrill & Davison. Was 
admitted to the Bar 1852. W T as a clerk for diaries A. 
Peabody the remainder of the year 1854, and his partner 



120 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

the beginning of the year following, and afterward with 
him or Milton G. Tracy, or both, until June 30, 1860. 
In 1864 was in partial partnership with John A. Mapes. 

September 5, 1864. became a Withdrawal Entry Clerk, 
Warehouse Division (3d), ]tfew York Custom House, 
under Collector Hiram Barney, and, December 1, 1864, 
Chief Clerk of the Navigation Division (4th), under 
Simeon Draper, Collector. In the year following, and iu 
years subsequent, he was required to do current work as 
a Deputy Collector, being in actual continuous charge of 
the Division for six and a half months, in 1869, under Col- 
lector Moses H. Grinnell, and again from April 17th, 
1873, until he received from Collector Chester A. Arthur 
the full title, authority, and pay, December 17, 1873, after 
the death of his predecessor, the well-known and popular 
George W. Embree. 

September 9th, 1854, he intermarried with Anna Eliza- 
beth Maginnis, b. July 20, 1821, d. of Edward Maginnis 
and Eliza Larkin, d. October 12, 1858, leaving a sod, Ed- 
ward Maginnis, born that day, d. August 5, 1859. 

March 26, 1863, intermarried with Jjydia Belcher 
Strang, b. June 1, 1831, d. of Joseph White Strang and 
Elizabeth Morgan Belcher. 

Lived in New York City from September, 1849, until 
March, 1863 ; at Yonkers, 1863-75, and since the latter 
date, in Brooklyn. 

Was a teacher in the Mission Sabbath School, 140 Sixth 
avenue, of the University Place Presbyterian Church, 
and its Superintendent for a few months in 1858, until 
succeeded by Rev. Charles H. Payson ; a Deacon in the 
First Presbyterian Church, Yonkers, 1866-7, and an 
Elder, 1867-70 and 1871-3 $ and a Trustee of the same 
church and Clerk of the Board, 1867-75; was Secre- 
tary of the Township Bible Association, 1866-75, and 
a Manager of the Westchester County Bible Society, 
1868-75. 

This Genealogy, the amusement of leisure hours in 
1850, became afterward very exacting of his time, and he 
commends a similar task to any one who is suffering from 
idleness or from an excess of petty cash. 

He sometimes " drops into poetry," e. #., 1873 : 

THE ACHING HEART. 

Say you that yonder is a happy man f 

Your view is superficial. True, he wears 

A cheerful lace aud has a mirthful voice ; 

He's free to make or hear a droll remark ; 

He laughs at others' mischief, aud, iu turn, 

Cau play at pranks himself; he seems quite gay ; 






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Shafts wound him not, his senses are ho dull! 

Be nothing cares for censure, nor applause. 

And you conclude that this is happiness ! 

Let's look a little closer : he hut wears 

A coat of mail, which turns aside the blow 

And hides the bruise. His mirthful ways are like 

A curtain to the window of his soul, 

To shut out idle gazers, lest they see 

The grief he hides within. They also serve 

Like purpose with preservers made of cork, 

Which keep above the wave the heavy weight ; 

The presence of the cork suggests the need 

Of borrowed buoyancy; were it withdrawn, 

The gravity would weigh the body down. 

Or, let us take another simile : 

His soul is like a riven ship, which feels 

The wound, though hid from sight, and finds the need 

Of extra effort, to be kept afloat. 

But, " What's his grief ? " 'Tis naught to you nor me ; 

He suffers — that's enough to make us kind. 

But u Who's the man of whom these things are true ? " 

Ther'e many such — I've shown you but the type. 

773. John Quackenbos.— B. February 23, 1831 $ d. August 6, 
1834, of Asiatic cholera. 

774. Catharine Schureman. — B. May 18, 1834, at Hagerstowu, 
Md. ; d. March 23, 1841, of croup. 

775. Virginia.— £. April 22, 1836 ; m. October 30, 1872, to 
Theodore Frelinghuyseu Hay, b. December 26, 1826, s. of 
Kev. Dr. Philip Cortland Hay and Elizabeth Condit. 
Lived at Franklin, Essex Co., New Jersey, 1872-6, and 
afterward at Brooklyn. 

776. Emma.— B. October 4, 1838 5 m. February 26, 1859, to 
James Josiah Clark, b. September 14, 1836, s. of James 
Stewart Clark and Frances Bridget Potter, of New Lon- 
don. Children : Fannie, b. November 10, 1859 ; Clarence, 
b. November 12, 1865, d. August 10, 1866. 

Children of Rev. Jefferson, No. 524, and of Jane Shaw. 

777. Sarah Fulton.— Wife of Charles H. Sherrill, of Washing- 
ton, D. C. Children: Mary Jennie, and Charles Hitch- 
cock. 

778. Julia Anna. — Wife of Eussell Smith, of Cuba, New York. 
He died October 31, 1869. Children : Addison Wynkoop ; 
Charles Sherrill ; Dora Eloise 5 Edith Eeeve ; and Rus- 
sell. 

779. John Quackenbos.— Intermarried February 27, 1862, with 
Edith Reeve, of Phila., d. of George Reeve. Live at 
Cordova, Rock Island County, 111. 

Children of Cornelius E., No. 528, and of Ann Hardenburgh. 

780. Catharine.— /i. April 7, 1809. 

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122 WTOKOOP GENEALOGY. 

781. Rachel H.—B. November 23, 1812. 

782. James H.—B. March 10, 1816. 

783. Cornelia M.— B. August 23, 1818. 

784. Maria— B. October 1, 1821. 

785. George.— B. March 21, 1821; d. March 12, 1867, unmar- 
ried. He was for a long time with George Brodie, iu New 
York. 

786. Cornelius D.—B. April 9, 1830; intermarried, April 4, 
1858, with Harriet Pook, au English woman. Is a printer 
in New York City. 

Children of Jacob R., No. 531, and of Blandina Delamater. 

787. Rachel Magdalena— B. April 25, 1822 ; d. unmarried, 

788. Cornelia Maria— B. March 28, 1826; m. February 17, 
1818, to Moses Woolsey, s. of Clinton Woolsey and Eliza- 
beth Elting. Children : Charlotte, 6. December 23, 1848 ; 
Albert, b. November 0, 1850 ; De Witt, b. November 27, 
1852 ; Walter, b. 1864. ifru^A^^i *W. 

Children of John H., No. 532, and of Lydia Yates. 

789. Christopher Evert.— B. September 4, 1847. 

790. Richard Griffin.— £. March 4, 1856. 

791. Carrie Belle.— B. September 8, 1861. 

792. Frank C— B. August 8, 1863. 

793. Fannie Theresa.— B. January 27, 1867. 

Children of Horace M., No. 536, and of Olive L. Williams. 

794. Frank Evert. 

795. Willie.— Died one year old. 

796. Elizabeth ldel.—J5r about 1866. 

Children of Myndert, No. 580, and of Mary E. W. Schoonmaker. 

797. Egbert H. — B. May 1,1851; intermarried January 12, 
1876, with Agnes GL, d. of Thomas J. Williamson. 

798. Nellie —B. August 12, 1853. 

799. Ida.— B. November 4, 1856 ; d. November 16, 1859. 

800. Sarah. — B. January 19, 1859. 

801. William M.— B. June 2, 1861. 

802. Asa.— B. September 6, 1863. 

803. Gillett— B. December 3, 1865. 

804. Anna.— B. March 2, 1869. 

Children of Henry, No. 582, and of Anna J. Story. 

805. Elizabeth.— B. February 19, 1855. 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 123 

806. James.— B. October 28, 1856. 

807. Theodore.— 7>\ April 22, 1858. 

Children of John, No. 591, and of Caroline O. Kingsley. 

808. Silas.— B. July 17, 1841 ; d. May 10, 1843. 

809. Sarah.— B. April 15, 1844; m. to Sherwood Hicks. Live 
at Parma Ceiitre, Monroe Co., N. Y. 

810. Alvah Kingsley. — B. March 5, 1846; intermarried, July 4, 
18G7, with Ettie Aldrieh, d. of Amanda Kingsley, who was 
sister of his mother. Live at Monroe Center, Grand 
Traverse Co., Mich. 

811. Emma.— B. April 1, 1855; d. August 15, 1855. 

812. Flora.— B. August 19, 1857. 

813. Avery.— B. September 14, 1860. 

814. Mary.— B. June 5, 1862 ; d. May 9, 1870. 

Child of Isaac W., No. 593, and of Mary A. Renwick. 

815. Emma.— B. January 21, 1849. 

Children of Thomas M., No. 594, and of Betsey R. Kingsley. 

816. David Eli.— B. August 8, 1860. 

817. Adonis Crary.— B. October 16, 1862. 

818. Verna Edith.— B. May 11, 1868. 

Children of James R., No. 595, and of Susan Vandervoort. 

819. Ella Olinda.— B. July 19, 1855. 

820. Watson Elmer.— B. September 4, 1857. 

821. Emma Adella.— B. March 19, 1860. 

822. Charity Mary.— B. February 19, 1862. 

823. David Samuel.— B. December 30, 1863. 

824. Susan Adaline.— B. July 27, 1866. 

Children of Matthew B., No 618, and of Susie Vincent Hanlin. 

825. Madeline May.— B. at Xew York, June 29, 1860. 

826. Lillie Annie Corinne. — B. December 21,1864; d. June 
30, 1865. 

Children of Henry W., No. 621, and of Mary C. Wilson. 

827. Robert Bennett.— £. at Pittsburgh, Pa., March 6, 1863. 

828. Agnes Farrar.— B. at Crestline, O., May 28, 1865. 

829. Eleanora Augusta.— B. same place, January 29, 1869. 

830. Orin Booth.— B. same place, August 29, 1872. 

831. Percy Gerardus. — B. same place, October 13, 1875. 



124 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Children of Gerardus H., No. 644, and of Annie E. Woodbury. 

832. Gerardus.— B. May 18, 1867. 

833. Kate.— B. January 17, 1868. 

Children of William, No. 654, and of Rachel A. Blaker. 

834. Annie Blaker.— B. February 4, 1860. 

835. Elizabeth Torbert— B. March 28, 1861. 

836. Catharine Vansant.-jB. February 28, 1864. 

Children of Samuel T., No. 655, and of Eliza C. Snyder. 

837. Matilda Snyder.— £. August 19, 1862 • d. August 21, 
1864. 

838. Emily Snyder.— B. August 17, 1864. 

839. Catharine Langstroth.— B. May 7, 1869. 

Children of John Estill, No. 676, and of Harriet Halberstadt. 

840. Augusta Howell.— B. 1858. 

841. Harriet.— B. 1860. 

Children of the same John E., and of Annie Halberstadt. 

842. Alfred Halberstadt.— B. July 20, 1867. 

843. John Estill.— B. July 20, 1869. 

Child of Charles S., No. 677, and of Catharine Carmichael. 

844. May —B. 1858. 

Child of George, No. 678, and of Mary Trayer. 

845. Katie. — D. iu infancy. 

Children of Edward W., No. 679, and of Louisa Brown. 

846. Edward Estill.— £. 1862. 

847. Emily.— B. 1864. 

848. Angeline.— B. 1866. 

849. Francis Murray.— B. 1869. 

850. Charles Wanshaer.— B. 1871. 

Child of Nicholas, No. 682, and of Elmira Herman. 

851. George. 

Children of Robert D., No. 696, and of Isabelle Van Winkle. 

852. Jennie D. 

853. Juliette G. 

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Children of Francis Grey, No. 711, and of Catharine Grassby. 

855. Warren D — B. January 8, 1852. 

856. Clarence M.— B. April 4, 1854. 

857. Alida Margaret.— B. November 29, 1800. 



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Child of Richard, No. 772, and of Anna E. Maginnis. 

858. Edward Maginnis.— B. New York City, October 12, 1858 ; 
(I. August 5, 1859. 

Children of the same Richard and of Lydia B. Strang. 

859. Joseph Strang.— B. Yonkers, K Y., July 10, 1864 ; d. 
July 20, 1865. 

860. Hubert Schureman.— B. September 20, 1866. 

861. Eugene.— B. July 23, 1870; d. October 2, 1870. 

Children of John Q., No. 779, and of Edith Reeve. 

862. Edith Shaw. 

863. Carrie Slade. 

864. George Reeve. 

865. Bertha S. 

Children of Cornelius D., No. 786, and of Harriet Pook, 

866. Cornelius Evert.— B. Juue 10, 1859. 

867. Mary Elizabeth.—!?. June 1, 18G9. 



MISCELLANEOUS MEMORANDA. 

Garret Wynkoop and Phebe Anderson; August 15,1760; 
marriage bond. (N. Y. M. B., hi., p. 255.) No. " 103 ! » 

Evert Wynkoop and Mary Newkirk ; October 17, 1765 ; 
marriage bond. (Same, ix., 304.) 

John, s. of Jacobus Wynkoop, Jr., andLientje Schoenmaker, 
bap. September 20, 1795. (Kingston Church Records.) 

Cornelius J. Wynkoop, merchant, of Canaschary, Montgom- 
ery Co., N. Y., and Mary, his wife, daughter and heir of Mary 
Forsey, conveyed to Obadiah Peniman, lot on State Street, 



126 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

Albany, October 26, 1796. (L. 14, p. 310.) See a marriage 
recorded December 12, 1789, AlbaDy, of Cornelius Wynkoop. 
See No. "235." 

Cornelius Wynkoop, born in Bucks County, Pa. ; his moth- 
er's name is given as Vandike; intermarried with Elizabeth, 
daughter of Stephen Murray, of Horsham, Montgomery Co., 
Pa., and lived at Horsham for a few years, and then removed 
to Northampton Township, Bucks Co., where he remained 
some twenty years, dying about 1850. His children were : 
Sarah, m. to William Bennet ; Ann, m. to John Bennet, brother 
of William ; Mary, m. to Abner Lubens ; Stephen, d. about 
his 24th year ; Jane, m. John Hagerman ; Eliza, m. William 
Knight; James M., m. Amy Ellen Hamilton, and lived at 

Horsham; and Cornelius, m. Margaret A. , dying in 1859. 

[Possibly this Cornelius, first mentioned in this paragraph, 
was son of Peter Wynkoop and Sarah Waring.] 

Henry J. Wynkoop, aged 24, Elmira, 3 months, 13th Begi- 
ment,Co. A, Capt. Bobert F. Taylor, May 14, 1861. (N. Y. 
Muster Bolls.) See Henry J. Wynkoop, in the Introduction 
to this book. 

James Wynkoop, aged 44, N. Adams, 3 yrs., 1st Begiment, 
U. S. Chasseurs, Co. B, Capt. David Miller, August 3, 1861. 
(Same.) 

Joshua Wynkoop, aged 29, Albany, 3 yrs., 113th Begiment, 
Co. F, Capt. B. H. Bell, August 4, 1862. (Same.) See No. 
" 568." 

Henry Wynkoop, aged 21, N. Y., 3 years, 132d Begiment, 
(2d Begiment, Empire Brigade), Co. G, Capt. D. W. Fisk, 
August 8, 1862— Col. P. J. Claassen. (Same.) See No. " 545." 

Alexander Wynkoop, aged 22, Gardiner, 3 yrs, 156th Begi- 
ment, Co. A, Capt. Ferdinand Griggs, August 22, 1862 — Col. 
Erastus Cooke. (Same.) 

James Wynkoop, aged 18, New Paltz, August 25, 1862, 
same company. (Same.) 

Jacob Wynkoop, aged 29, Gardiner, 3 yrs., same regiment, 
Co. E, Capt. M. S. Ewen, September 23, 1862. (Same.) 

Marriage December 20, 1820, John C. Hertell with Lorinda 
Wynkoop, both of Saugerties. (Caatsbaan Church Becords.) 

Marriage December 6, 1836, G. Nelson Abeel, with Alida 
Wynkoop, both of Catskill. (Same.) 

Zelotes Watson and Oatharina Wynkoop j child, Catharina, 
b. January 14, 1783. (First Settlers Albany Co. — Pearson, 
p. 147.) 



JtoppUmmt to the Wpfeoop toftdogy. 

NOVEMBER 1, 1878. 
ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



INDEX 


OF THE WYNKOOP SURNAME. 




No. 


B. 


D. Consort. 


Marriage. 


11 Elizabeth, 




Jacob Ten Broeck, 


1712 


367 «• S., 


1844- 


Lucius T. Denham, 


1866 


209 Hannah, 




William Lemon, 




333 " 


1801- 


Henry Wynkoop (320), 


1835 


715 Henry, 








199 Isaac, 




( Phebe Jones, 
I Rebecca Britton, 




438 Margaret, 




Rev. Dr. James C. Watson, 


INDEX OF 


OTHER SURNAMES. 






Under No. 




Under No. 


Britton, Rebecca, 




199 


Farrell, Nancy, 


398 


Estill, Angeline C, 




431 


Harden&er#7*, 56, 291, 292, 528 


" Elizabeth, 




433 


Hasbrouck, Abram, 


156 


Farley, Lizzie, 




638 


Robinson, Mary Ellen, 


602 


Farrar, Charles S., 




729 


Wilson, Mary Cincinnata, 


621 



TABLE OF DUTCH GIVEN NAMES. 

Blandina. — This is an ancient name, apparently of Lyons. 
Fox, in his Book of Martyrs, mentions a woman of that 
name, who suffered in the "Fourth general persecution." 
Note, that French forms, also, of names, were in use 
among the Netherlanders and Knickerbockers. 

Boudewyn, in Koman letters, should be Boudewijn. 

INTRODUCTION. 

Mrs. Ann Wynkoop Raguet, page 32. 

GENEALOGY. 

1. Peter. — Page 33, Van der Donck. Page 34, Van der Huy- 

ghens. 

2. Cornelius. — Page 35, note 5. Rondout probably is equiva- 



128 WYNKOOP GKENEALO&V. 

lent to The Landing; from rondhout, round timber, such 
as masts and spars ; hence the place where vessels lie. 

9. Benjamin. — Tan der Heul : /. e., of the bridge. 

47. Judith.— Gertrude Van Vliet. 

56. Petrus. — Hardenbergh, properly Hardenberg, the name 
of a town in Overyssel, Netherlands. 

64. Derick D. — Anna, daughter of Alvah Eltinge. 

199. Isaac. — His second wife was Bebecca Britton. 

291. Evert C, &. 292, Cornelia.— Harden bergh. 

320. Henry. — Died Sept. 4, 1869, from the upsetting of a 
carriage. 

370. Catharine.— Tillyer. 

408. Rev. Stephen Rose.— B. Nov. 24, 1800, at Northampton, 
Bucks Co., Penn., m., Aug. 24, 1836, Miss Aurelia Mills, 
daughter of the Hon. Isaac Mills, of New Haven, Conn., 
and of Abigail Phelps ; d. at Princeton, N. J., of pneu- 
monia, June 8, 1876. 

He was graduated in 1829 at Union College, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. On leaving college he was employed in 
teaching, first at Albany, N. Y., and afterward in Ohio. 
He then accompanied Bev. John Leighton Wilson to 
Africa, upon a tour of investigation, undertaken on behalf 
of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions, exploring the western coast in 1833-4. He en- 
tered Princeton Seminary in the fall of 1834, and spent 
there a little over two years in study. His health had 
been impaired by fever taken in Africa. He was licensed 
by the Presbytery of New Brunswick, Feb. 8, 1837. In 
July, 1838, he was invited to supply the pulpit of the 
First Presbyterian Church at Wilmington, Del., and 
accepted the invitation. Aug. 7, 1838, he was or- 
dained by the Presbytery of New Brunswick, and on 
the second Sabbath in August began to preach at Wil- 
mington. The First Church was at that time in a 
very low condition, temporally and spiritually, but under 
his labors it soon began to show signs of growth 
and prosperity. On Nov. 19, 1838, a formal call to the 
pastorate was made out, and having been dismissed 
Dec. 18, 1838, by the Presbytery of New Brunswick to 
the Presbytery of New Castle, he was installed Jan. 22, 
1839, by the latter Presbytery. The relation thus con- 
stituted proved to be a very happy one, continuing in 
unbroken harmony and great usefulness for very nearly 
twenty years, in which period constant and numerous ad- 
ditions were made to the church to which he ministered 
with fervor and success as a preacher, and with remark- 
able fidelity as a pastor. 

In the fall of 1857 his health had become feeble, and he 



WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. L29 

felt constrained to go to the South for ttie winter. He 
ottered his resignation to the church, which declined it, 
with strong expressions of attachment to their pastor, 
but granted him leave of absence for a year. He then 
went to Florida, but, in the spring following, finding 
his health not improved, and his voice incapable of 
•preaching service, he again presented his resignation and 
was released by his Presbytery, April 13, 1858, from his 
pastoral charge. The three years following were spent 
by him in New Haven, where his sons were in college. 
The years from 1862 to 1868 were chiefly spent in travel, 
with sojourns in many places of interest, both in this 
country and in Europe. In 1809 he removed to Princeton, 
N. J., which was his residence thenceforth to the end of 
his life. His son, the Eev. Theodore 8. Wynkoop, having 
become a missionary to Northern India, the father and 
mother left home for India in August, 1870, and made a 
visit to their son in ins missionary field, where they spent 
more than a year, reaching their home again in August, 
1872. 

He was a modest, true, kind-hearted man, instructive as 
a preacher, faithful and beloved as a pastor, honored by 
his brethren, and successful in the whole work of the 
ministry. He died in peace. (Necrological Kep. Alumni 
Ass'n, Princeton Theo. Sem., 1877.) 
431. John Wanshaer. — The verses named were as follows : 

" When on the stream of life we float, 

In youth's impassioned hours, 
We freight our gaily laden boat, 

With bright and thornless flowers ; 
But as we hold our joyous way, 

So happily and eheery, 
We should reflect upon that day, 

When ends the voyage — Mary. 

"The stream is always, near its source, 

Bedecked with brightest roses, 
Which, as we hold our onward course, 

Grow paler as it closes; 
And ere we've floated halfway down. 

We find we've grown more wary; 
Things which we smiled at, make us frown; — 

We find we think more — Mary. 

"Our brow grows clouded more with care, 

Our boat more skill requires; 
We find the stream hides many a snare, 

Set by our own desires. 
The waves of passion 'round us roll 

In tempests — which to parry — 
With firmness we must keep control 

Of sober reason — Mary. 



130 WYNKOOP GENEALOGY. 

"Imagination's pictured skies 

In youth shine most serenely, 
And, as she sports her thousand dyes, 

We're apt to gaze too keenly ; 
Young Fancy holds her mirror up, 

To figures light and airy, 
But oft we, sighing, drain the cup 

Of disappointment — Mary. 

" Ther 'e others voyaging upon 

This wild and rapid river, 
And as our ceaseless boat moves on, 

We're jostling with them ever. 
If virtue, then, we make our guide, 

Our course we need not vary, 
But calmly toward that haven glide, 

We all are bound to — Mary. 

" And when at last Time's ebbing tide 

Hath borne us to that ocean, 
Which buries all of human pride, 

And pleasures and commotion ; — 
When this bright world is growing dim, 

When life itself is weary, 
May thou and I still look to Him, 

With faith and hope, dear Mary." 

518. Sarah. — Joseph Packard was born May, 1780. 

523. Richard. — Began his missionary labor at Cato, Sabbath, 
Oct. 29, 1826, and fulfilled his appointment Wednesday, 
Jan. 31, 1827. Was ordained an Evangelist, March 7, at 
the Pearl Street Church, New York. Preached at the 
Yorktown Church several times in March. Took up labor 
at Cato, Sabbath, April 1, and left there April 25, as- 
suming care of the Yorktown Church, Sabbath, May 6, 
over which he was installed June 14. Preached his vale- 
dictory, April 20, 1834, and assumed charge, Sabbath r 
May 4, 1834, of the Hagerstown Church, over which he 
was installed June 25. 

528. Cornelius E. — Ann Hardenbergh. 

532. John Henry.— Died June 7, 1870. 

654. William. — Lives at Newtown, Bucks Co., Penn. 

680. George Campbell. — Is living in California, with a wife 
and three children. 

718. Helen. — John Yan Ornam 

775. Virginia. — Mr. Theodore Hay's former wife was Josephine, 
sister to Lydia Strang, No. 772. 

779. John Q.— Died July 15, 1878. 

255. Rev. Peter Silvester.— Born March 28, 1777. Graduated 
at Union College 1807. Member of the Bar. Studied The- 
ology. Settled in Beformed Dutch Church, at Catskill, 
1813, at Hyde Park, 1818, at Ghent, 1822, at Blooming- 
Grove, 1844. Died while in the last charge, Nov. 1, 1848. 



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